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Apropos recent remarks about how conservative whites will increasingly come to wield civil rights legislation as an aegis against systematic oppression against them, consider two current events germane to the subject. The first has garnered a lot of attention–gone “viral” as they say:

But, but, it’s whiteness, not white people per se! POCs can fall into these white categories, too. You know, just like white people commonly adopt colored identities. It’s totally normal, not the least bit controversial.

Or maybe white identities are like white countries. They are open to everyone. POC identities, in contrast, are exclusively for POCs–African countries are for Africans, Asian countries are for Asians. To suggest otherwise is to advocate for cultural erasure.

The Great Replacement theory is either an unhinged conspiracy or something to be celebrated depending on who is discussing it. Likewise, focusing on white identity is either the greatest evil on the planet or the necessary work we all must do to improve ourselves and our society.

When a white nationalist talks about race traitors, it’s hate speech. When an anti-white academic talks about race traitors, it’s an exercise in intellectual edification and moral uplift.

And in case you were unsure whether or not Wokeness is a religion, there it is at #5 to settle it for you.

The second current event would’ve gone unnoticed by your humble correspondent had it not been mentioned recently by the Derb. In Oklahoma, a state representative has introduced legislation that will forbid the state’s public schools from teaching anything “that promotes or degrades any race, gender or sexual orientation”. Good luck getting “The 8 White Identities” past that.

Action like this, at the state and local levels, is where the opportunity to effectively strike back against the regime’s cultural imperialism is. Marching on the Imperial Capital is not.

 
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  1. With Jews, you lose.

    It’s that simple.

    Jewish supremacism demands white submissivism. So, whites must be tamed into compliance and obeisance.

    Whiteness = Supremacism. So, the only way whites can be good is to be self-doubting and submissive.
    The mere fact of whiteness is ‘supremacist’, which means whites must make an extra effort to be submissive in order to be acceptable.

    So, whites mustn’t expect to be equal with others. They must keep their heads low before others. Of course, Jews use blacks as their proxies, but the black guilt-leash is ultimately to tame whites to serve Jewish Supremacism.

    That’s the great paradox. War on ‘white supremacism’ isn’t an attack on supremacism per se but a means to make whites serve Jewish supremacism.

    Notice white parents aren’t being told to champion Palestinian rights against Zionist supremacism. If indeed Jews were sincere about fighting all forms of supremacism, white parents would be told to denounce Zionism as well. But whites are made shameful and obedient… to serve Jewish supremacism.

    In a way, it’s much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren’t allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel ‘guilty’. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don’t even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn’t to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
    American politics is a dog-show. So, in a way, the president is not the most powerful man in the world but the top dog of the world. In that sense, he is most unfree as everything he does must be to appease and please the Master, Jewish Power.

    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
    @Priss Factor

    " With Jews, you lose. " ' Usual ', yes...but, if you look back through history, once in a while, the ' auto-chosen ' are the one which lose. The Zionists/Masons are playing a very dangerous game this days, and I am ready to bet my life that they will L O S E ! With their ' dogs /shabbos goy...together...Would you take this bet ?:-)

    , @Rosie
    @Priss Factor


    In a way, it’s much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren’t allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel ‘guilty’. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don’t even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn’t to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
     
    I'm a cat person, but I object to your comparison of human-dog symbiosis with the other relationship you reference here.

    Replies: @Talha, @iffen

  2. Replace “whiteness” with Jewry. Know what that sounds like? Describing a race of people as if they are pathogens in an otherwise healthy body?

    Yeah. I think so, too. Godwin be damned.

    >The Great Replacement theory is either an unhinged conspiracy or something to be celebrated depending on who is discussing it.

    Schrodinger’s plan: it disappears if a non-woke white person mentions it.

    • Agree: mc23
  3. Glad my daughters are going to school here in China.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    Your daughters are half breed Commie dink filth and your photo is shown when one looks up the definition of "cuck" in the dictionary...lol

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

  4. I can already see politicians and mega corporations pushing for this abolition (basically advocating white genocide) in a year or two. Yet you still have people here proclaiming that mentioning things like the jews or white genocide will put off most people because it is too extreme, this is no different to how the SJWs say the great replacement is both good and evil depending who is saying it.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @neutral

    "I can already see politicians and mega corporations pushing for this abolition (basically advocating white genocide) in a year or two."

    LOL, no. Some radical principal's ideas are automatically assumed to be the agenda of an entire group of people. Then, with false premise in tow, there is an argument crafted to "prove" of the existence of a calculated plan to eradicate whites. And you're falling for this bunk hook, line, and sinker.

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @neutral

    They will put off most people because "Jews" doesn't describe what is happening and neither does "genocide". What it does is make it easy to dismiss and dangerous to explore.

  5. Even using the concept of gender is a win for the left.

    • Agree: Servant of Gla'aki
    • Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki
    @SIMP simp


    Even using the concept of gender is a win for the left.
     
    Yes, the word should always be "sex", and never gender.
  6. The principal of East Side Community School is Mark Federman. I assume he is one of the parentheticals ((())) fom his last name. The fellow who actually thought up this idea is Barnor Hesse, who is black. Surprise surprise as to both.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @Ris_Eruwaedhiel


    The principal of East Side Community School is Mark Federman. I assume he is one of the parentheticals ((())) from his last name.
     
    Federman is posing as he were a self-abnegating white, using a black man as a convenient foil. How typical.

    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew. Naming the Jew is the most unpopular thing the dissident right does but is also the most necessary thing the dissident right does. Until Jews stop behaving in large numbers as Federman does, no substantial progress without naming and shaming the Jew is possible. Otherwise, they're going to keep getting away with such crap at our expense.

    I realize that AE and many of his readers don't like to hear it. I don't like to hear it, either.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  7. Action like this, at the state and local levels, is where the opportunity to effectively strike back against the regime’s cultural imperialism is. Marching on the Imperial Capital is not.

    Marching on the Imperial Capital was ineffective as landing on the Bay of Pigs was ineffective.

    What is past is past. Such events happen but once. The March will not recur.

    Meanwhile, you are right. Opportunity must be sought where it can be found. In this case, the opportunity is found in Oklahoma’s House of Representatives.

  8. But, but, it’s whiteness, not white people per se! POCs can fall into these white categories, too.

    Almost like a prophet sent by God, J.R.R. Tolkien has something to say about almost every modern topic. To wit, Saruman, the “White Wizard” whose big reveal is that he is actually the “Wizard of Many Colors”.

    Indeed, we will soon see that the supposed “whiteness” and “white privilege” have transformed into the power-hungry “coloredness” and “colored privilege”…

  9. What is telling about this rhetoric is how common it is because the speakers/authors have no need to fear for their jobs or safety in calling for the elimination of the perceived culture of the nation’s largest demographic group.

    They also do not intend to give up their privileged existence, it’s all about inflicting their will upon others. It’s important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    It’s important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.
     
    True. So what exactly is your plan to prevent this from happening? Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you'd like to share with us?

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Arclight

  10. One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
    @Observator

    Unfortunately the BS detectors tend to suffer the same fate as smoke detectors. As time goes on, the batteries die and they no longer go off when there's real trouble.

    , @dfordoom
    @Observator


    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.
     
    I would love to believe that.

    But experience tends to suggest that indoctrination is very very effective and that early indoctrination is even more effective.

    The only times that indoctrination fails is when people are exposed to alternative points of view.

    Christian indoctrination remained almost 100% effective throughout the Middle Ages because the Church was able to ensure that nobody (including children) got exposed to any alternative belief system. People believed in the Church's teachings because they had no alternative to which to compare those teachings.

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity's position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We're currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. They may reject indoctrination if they're exposed to points of view that question the beliefs in which they're being indoctrinated.

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Talha

  11. As long as Whites grab their ankles…they will be taking it in the ass.

  12. When someone, anyone, can show me where the black, brown, red or yellow races have produced more than the white race, then I’ll change my score from 1 to something else on that image above.

    Till then, the plain and honest truth is that the white race has advanced civilization generally and in the US and Europe in particular, more than any other entity. This shouldn’t be controversial.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Realist
    @RoatanBill

    Something from the Burning Platform a while back.

    Whites were the first to build habitable buildings more than four stories high, the first to construct bridges to carry the weight of steam trains, which we also invented, and the safe and secure mines that produced the coal that smelted the metal that formed the engines that powered the trains with the coal we mined. We are—in a word—astonishing. In invention and innovation, we are elves and everyone else are orcs, and the orcs despise us for it all whilst coveting the things we have created.
    Technology is our culture, and art and music and beautiful soaring cathedrals, penicillin and botany, flushing toilets and refrigeration and general anesthesia and Shakespeare.


    The Burning Platform

    Replies: @tgordon, @Buck Ransom

    , @mc23
    @RoatanBill

    Anti-Whiteness is envy

  13. What good is more civil rights legislation while we live under anarcho-tyranny? If we’re at the point where we need laws to prevent bureaucrats from teaching children to “abolish whiteness” (how long until “kill whiteness”?) the bureaucrats in the courts aren’t going to help us.

  14. @RoatanBill
    When someone, anyone, can show me where the black, brown, red or yellow races have produced more than the white race, then I'll change my score from 1 to something else on that image above.

    Till then, the plain and honest truth is that the white race has advanced civilization generally and in the US and Europe in particular, more than any other entity. This shouldn't be controversial.

    Replies: @Realist, @mc23

    Something from the Burning Platform a while back.

    Whites were the first to build habitable buildings more than four stories high, the first to construct bridges to carry the weight of steam trains, which we also invented, and the safe and secure mines that produced the coal that smelted the metal that formed the engines that powered the trains with the coal we mined. We are—in a word—astonishing. In invention and innovation, we are elves and everyone else are orcs, and the orcs despise us for it all whilst coveting the things we have created.
    Technology is our culture, and art and music and beautiful soaring cathedrals, penicillin and botany, flushing toilets and refrigeration and general anesthesia and Shakespeare.

    The Burning Platform

    • Agree: By-tor
    • Thanks: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @tgordon
    @Realist

    While I agree that the creative force of European history is unparalleled with regards to technology and science, specifically Anglo contributions to the industrial revolution, this wasn't a unified effort on the part of "all whites". None of this "progress" would have been possible without the subjugation, dispossession and exploitation of the majority of rural white peasants who were funneled into the industrial capital machine complex. Without the indentured servitude in the New World or the labor required in the coal mines, steel mills and textile factories of the nineteenth century British Empire, none of our cherished modern amenities would be possible. Where whiteness is concerned, being on the losing side of "team white" has never been a pretty pretty picture. I suppose that it's now apropos that under the rules of institutional academic malice all whites are on the losing team. Maybe from these circumstances, a more "unified" effort will arise. I'm sceptical seeing as history has yet to indicate otherwise.

    Replies: @tgordon

    , @Buck Ransom
    @Realist

    Oh yeah? Well, as for that whole Shakesepeare thang:

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/feb/15/woke-teachers-want-shakespeare-cut-curriculum-abou/

  15. As the wheels come off the Zionist Empire, its rhetoric becomes more extreme.
    They only act brave when they’re cornered.

    Its a fact that Anti-Whiteness is becoming more and more obvious.
    The blowback should be epic and extreme.

    No one will willingly enter into their own elimination.
    NO ONE.

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
  16. @Ris_Eruwaedhiel
    The principal of East Side Community School is Mark Federman. I assume he is one of the parentheticals ((())) fom his last name. The fellow who actually thought up this idea is Barnor Hesse, who is black. Surprise surprise as to both.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund

    The principal of East Side Community School is Mark Federman. I assume he is one of the parentheticals ((())) from his last name.

    Federman is posing as he were a self-abnegating white, using a black man as a convenient foil. How typical.

    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew. Naming the Jew is the most unpopular thing the dissident right does but is also the most necessary thing the dissident right does. Until Jews stop behaving in large numbers as Federman does, no substantial progress without naming and shaming the Jew is possible. Otherwise, they’re going to keep getting away with such crap at our expense.

    I realize that AE and many of his readers don’t like to hear it. I don’t like to hear it, either.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.
     
    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @nebulafox, @V. K. Ovelund

  17. OT:

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment. This goes beyond the usual rent-seeking and living standards squeezing underlying just about every domestic ideological drive of Western neoliberal elites. What’s the subconscious drive? Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough? In an age where symbolism acts as an ansatz for policy, that might be confused with it not existing.

    Well, regardless of what goes on for Our Betters, it’s Fat Tuesday, for all you Catholics hanging around. So for Bill’s sake, I’ll make sure to do my part for Mother Nature today… by gorging on as much meat as I can find. As Mother Nature intended. COVID might have taken away Mardi Gras parties, but it cannot take away the simple pleasures.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
    @nebulafox


    Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough?
     
    I think the problem is that they aren't actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg---they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments, but they don't have any inward greatness of soul that gives them a qualitatively greater horizon than that of normal men.

    Obsessing over dietary issues is one of the characteristic, trifling problems that modern urban intellectuals love to indulge in, because they can't really rise to any other type of challenge. In this regard Gates is no different from faddish eaters avoiding gluten and plastic bottles, only he is doing it on his typically obscene, gigantic, and hectoring scale. Likewise their fascination with colonizing Mars, which is another useless and unimaginative nonstarter.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    , @anon
    @nebulafox

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment.

    Well, the ostensible justification has to do with methane as a greenhouse gas, etc and so forth. But given Bill Gates known quirks, it looks like more of the same "because I / we can" soft tyranny.

    Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough?

    That's probably an unconscious issue as well. Guys like Gates were in the right place at the right time and profited heavily from it. There could be some unconscious imposter syndrome as well, where Gates knows he's really not all that special, so there's a strong desire to Do Something in order to justify his perch.

    Really, though, to reiterate: I think it's just playground "because I can" games at the very bottom as far as Gates goes. Now, there are other people who truly want to be able to create any kind of synthetic flesh just for the sheer taboo-smashing. That goes into much darker places, and yes, those / they do exist. Contemplate some of the truly evil emperors of history - unlimited power and unlimited appetite - not a good combination.

    , @Adam Smith
    @nebulafox

    The overlords have long held disdain for us mere proles...


    “Tell me Lord, if you please, by what right or title does a worker eat beef … And goose, of which they have plenty? And this troubles God. God suffers from it and I do too. For they are a sorry lot, these peasants who eat fat goose! Should they eat fish? Rather, let them eat thistles and briars, thorns and straw and hay on Sunday and peapods on weekdays. They should keep watch without sleep and have trouble always; that is how workers should live. Yet each day they are full and drunk on the best wines, and in fine clothes. The great expenditures of workers comes at a high cost, for it is this that destroys and ruins the world. It is they who spoil the common welfare. From the proles comes all unhappiness. Should they eat meat? Rather should they chew grass on the heath with the horned cattle and go naked on all fours. Let them eat bugs!”
     
    I will eat fine steak, fish and all those other tasty meats while it's still an option.

    I hope you find some really great prime rib, or something equally nice, to gorge on today.

    Happy Fat Tuesday Mr. Fox.

    May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @Mr. Rational

    , @Servant of Gla'aki
    @nebulafox


    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry?
     
    I've asked myself that many times.

    There's a disturbing possibility they know something we don't.

    But I think they just get a kick out of the idea of denigrating the peasants, by encouraging us to eat bugs 'n' such.
  18. @nebulafox
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1361640151085158401

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment. This goes beyond the usual rent-seeking and living standards squeezing underlying just about every domestic ideological drive of Western neoliberal elites. What's the subconscious drive? Do they feel that their superiority isn't recognized explicitly enough? In an age where symbolism acts as an ansatz for policy, that might be confused with it not existing.

    Well, regardless of what goes on for Our Betters, it's Fat Tuesday, for all you Catholics hanging around. So for Bill's sake, I'll make sure to do my part for Mother Nature today... by gorging on as much meat as I can find. As Mother Nature intended. COVID might have taken away Mardi Gras parties, but it cannot take away the simple pleasures.

    Replies: @Intelligent Dasein, @anon, @Adam Smith, @Servant of Gla'aki

    Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough?

    I think the problem is that they aren’t actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg—they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments, but they don’t have any inward greatness of soul that gives them a qualitatively greater horizon than that of normal men.

    Obsessing over dietary issues is one of the characteristic, trifling problems that modern urban intellectuals love to indulge in, because they can’t really rise to any other type of challenge. In this regard Gates is no different from faddish eaters avoiding gluten and plastic bottles, only he is doing it on his typically obscene, gigantic, and hectoring scale. Likewise their fascination with colonizing Mars, which is another useless and unimaginative nonstarter.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Intelligent Dasein


    I think the problem is that they aren’t actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg—they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments
     
    I agree. The elites are not particularly smart. Such talents as they possess are very narrow trivial talents but in a modern technological age a trivial narrowly focused talent can make you a multi-billionaire.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

    But they think they're geniuses and the media treats them as geniuses which reinforces their belief in their own genius.

    Mostly they're mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

    It's always a mistake to take people's opinions seriously when they're operating outside their own very specialised field. An astrophysicist might be a very great astrophysicist but his opinions on foreign policy are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver. And on most subjects the opinions of a billionaire are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver.

    Replies: @Yahya K.

  19. anon[109] • Disclaimer says:
    @nebulafox
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1361640151085158401

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment. This goes beyond the usual rent-seeking and living standards squeezing underlying just about every domestic ideological drive of Western neoliberal elites. What's the subconscious drive? Do they feel that their superiority isn't recognized explicitly enough? In an age where symbolism acts as an ansatz for policy, that might be confused with it not existing.

    Well, regardless of what goes on for Our Betters, it's Fat Tuesday, for all you Catholics hanging around. So for Bill's sake, I'll make sure to do my part for Mother Nature today... by gorging on as much meat as I can find. As Mother Nature intended. COVID might have taken away Mardi Gras parties, but it cannot take away the simple pleasures.

    Replies: @Intelligent Dasein, @anon, @Adam Smith, @Servant of Gla'aki

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment.

    Well, the ostensible justification has to do with methane as a greenhouse gas, etc and so forth. But given Bill Gates known quirks, it looks like more of the same “because I / we can” soft tyranny.

    Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough?

    That’s probably an unconscious issue as well. Guys like Gates were in the right place at the right time and profited heavily from it. There could be some unconscious imposter syndrome as well, where Gates knows he’s really not all that special, so there’s a strong desire to Do Something in order to justify his perch.

    Really, though, to reiterate: I think it’s just playground “because I can” games at the very bottom as far as Gates goes. Now, there are other people who truly want to be able to create any kind of synthetic flesh just for the sheer taboo-smashing. That goes into much darker places, and yes, those / they do exist. Contemplate some of the truly evil emperors of history – unlimited power and unlimited appetite – not a good combination.

  20. @nebulafox
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1361640151085158401

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment. This goes beyond the usual rent-seeking and living standards squeezing underlying just about every domestic ideological drive of Western neoliberal elites. What's the subconscious drive? Do they feel that their superiority isn't recognized explicitly enough? In an age where symbolism acts as an ansatz for policy, that might be confused with it not existing.

    Well, regardless of what goes on for Our Betters, it's Fat Tuesday, for all you Catholics hanging around. So for Bill's sake, I'll make sure to do my part for Mother Nature today... by gorging on as much meat as I can find. As Mother Nature intended. COVID might have taken away Mardi Gras parties, but it cannot take away the simple pleasures.

    Replies: @Intelligent Dasein, @anon, @Adam Smith, @Servant of Gla'aki

    The overlords have long held disdain for us mere proles…

    “Tell me Lord, if you please, by what right or title does a worker eat beef … And goose, of which they have plenty? And this troubles God. God suffers from it and I do too. For they are a sorry lot, these peasants who eat fat goose! Should they eat fish? Rather, let them eat thistles and briars, thorns and straw and hay on Sunday and peapods on weekdays. They should keep watch without sleep and have trouble always; that is how workers should live. Yet each day they are full and drunk on the best wines, and in fine clothes. The great expenditures of workers comes at a high cost, for it is this that destroys and ruins the world. It is they who spoil the common welfare. From the proles comes all unhappiness. Should they eat meat? Rather should they chew grass on the heath with the horned cattle and go naked on all fours. Let them eat bugs!”

    I will eat fine steak, fish and all those other tasty meats while it’s still an option.

    I hope you find some really great prime rib, or something equally nice, to gorge on today.

    Happy Fat Tuesday Mr. Fox.

    May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute.

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
    @Adam Smith

    " May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute. " That's not going to happen, unless...we are going to...' give him a hand '...And, you know what ?...WE, THE PEOPLE, ' may '..." MAY " have a ' chance ' to do that...Otherwise, the socio/psychopath Hell Gates & Co. will choke not only this Country, but the entire Humanity. The ball is in our court...

    , @Mr. Rational
    @Adam Smith

    What's your quote from?  I can't find a source.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

  21. The Principal’s name? Marc Federman.

    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
    @Irish Savant

    Hm, he must be a...Chinese, or Japanese...right :-)

  22. @nebulafox
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1361640151085158401

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry? Seems like every year we get articles on how we all need to eat bugs for the Environment. This goes beyond the usual rent-seeking and living standards squeezing underlying just about every domestic ideological drive of Western neoliberal elites. What's the subconscious drive? Do they feel that their superiority isn't recognized explicitly enough? In an age where symbolism acts as an ansatz for policy, that might be confused with it not existing.

    Well, regardless of what goes on for Our Betters, it's Fat Tuesday, for all you Catholics hanging around. So for Bill's sake, I'll make sure to do my part for Mother Nature today... by gorging on as much meat as I can find. As Mother Nature intended. COVID might have taken away Mardi Gras parties, but it cannot take away the simple pleasures.

    Replies: @Intelligent Dasein, @anon, @Adam Smith, @Servant of Gla'aki

    What is with the oligarchs and their weird fixation with the diets of the peasantry?

    I’ve asked myself that many times.

    There’s a disturbing possibility they know something we don’t.

    But I think they just get a kick out of the idea of denigrating the peasants, by encouraging us to eat bugs ‘n’ such.

  23. Honestly, at a bare minimum, I’m convinced segregation is necessary in schools.

    And I would also add, that I think that segregation might be fundamentally necessary in any sort of cultural endeavor. And I don’t believe that neo-liberalism is capable of conceding this point either.

  24. @SIMP simp
    Even using the concept of gender is a win for the left.

    Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki

    Even using the concept of gender is a win for the left.

    Yes, the word should always be “sex”, and never gender.

  25. @Realist
    @RoatanBill

    Something from the Burning Platform a while back.

    Whites were the first to build habitable buildings more than four stories high, the first to construct bridges to carry the weight of steam trains, which we also invented, and the safe and secure mines that produced the coal that smelted the metal that formed the engines that powered the trains with the coal we mined. We are—in a word—astonishing. In invention and innovation, we are elves and everyone else are orcs, and the orcs despise us for it all whilst coveting the things we have created.
    Technology is our culture, and art and music and beautiful soaring cathedrals, penicillin and botany, flushing toilets and refrigeration and general anesthesia and Shakespeare.


    The Burning Platform

    Replies: @tgordon, @Buck Ransom

    While I agree that the creative force of European history is unparalleled with regards to technology and science, specifically Anglo contributions to the industrial revolution, this wasn’t a unified effort on the part of “all whites”. None of this “progress” would have been possible without the subjugation, dispossession and exploitation of the majority of rural white peasants who were funneled into the industrial capital machine complex. Without the indentured servitude in the New World or the labor required in the coal mines, steel mills and textile factories of the nineteenth century British Empire, none of our cherished modern amenities would be possible. Where whiteness is concerned, being on the losing side of “team white” has never been a pretty pretty picture. I suppose that it’s now apropos that under the rules of institutional academic malice all whites are on the losing team. Maybe from these circumstances, a more “unified” effort will arise. I’m sceptical seeing as history has yet to indicate otherwise.

    • Replies: @tgordon
    @tgordon

    We're all Scum of the Earth now.

    https://www.thehistorypress.co.uk/publication/the-scum-of-the-earth/9780750961851/

  26. Don’t know about your kids, but mine are “part Hispanic”. Why should I pay for my kids to go to college myself when they can go for free because they’re “part Hispanic”.

    Get it?

  27. @tgordon
    @Realist

    While I agree that the creative force of European history is unparalleled with regards to technology and science, specifically Anglo contributions to the industrial revolution, this wasn't a unified effort on the part of "all whites". None of this "progress" would have been possible without the subjugation, dispossession and exploitation of the majority of rural white peasants who were funneled into the industrial capital machine complex. Without the indentured servitude in the New World or the labor required in the coal mines, steel mills and textile factories of the nineteenth century British Empire, none of our cherished modern amenities would be possible. Where whiteness is concerned, being on the losing side of "team white" has never been a pretty pretty picture. I suppose that it's now apropos that under the rules of institutional academic malice all whites are on the losing team. Maybe from these circumstances, a more "unified" effort will arise. I'm sceptical seeing as history has yet to indicate otherwise.

    Replies: @tgordon

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
  28. @Observator
    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.

    Replies: @Sollipsist, @dfordoom

    Unfortunately the BS detectors tend to suffer the same fate as smoke detectors. As time goes on, the batteries die and they no longer go off when there’s real trouble.

  29. @Arclight
    What is telling about this rhetoric is how common it is because the speakers/authors have no need to fear for their jobs or safety in calling for the elimination of the perceived culture of the nation's largest demographic group.

    They also do not intend to give up their privileged existence, it's all about inflicting their will upon others. It's important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    It’s important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.

    True. So what exactly is your plan to prevent this from happening? Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it's the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.

    They've got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @dfordoom

    , @Arclight
    @dfordoom

    A good question, and no I don't have a master plan. I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn't mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.

    Don't send your kids to schools that push the hyper-racial woke worldview, or be willing to change schools, which is something I did several years ago. When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it's not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers. Obviously you cannot eliminate exposure to the toxic ideas out there, but you can create doubt.

    To the extent in your daily life - job, church, boards you serve on - you have the ability to influence the trajectory of the culture, do so.

    The left truly had a long march through the institutions over a protracted period of time. To have a chance of reversing their gains, we have to be patient and take the long view as well. If you are over 40 realize that if there is any real success on this front it won't start appear until you are well into retirement at best and make peace with that. You still have the opportunity and obligation to do what you can to ensure those that come after us get dealt a better hand.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  30. @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    It’s important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.
     
    True. So what exactly is your plan to prevent this from happening? Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you'd like to share with us?

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Arclight

    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?

    No, it’s the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.

    They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.

    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
    @V. K. Ovelund

    " They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood." Well, I would say ' the population over which they would ( want ) to rule is in a very surly mood '...and armed to the teeth :-)

    Replies: @dfordoom

    , @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund



    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it’s the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.
     
    They seem to be managing pretty well at the moment. Their strategies have gained them almost absolute power.

    They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.
     
    The peasants in the Middle Ages and the slaves in the ancient world were probably in a pretty surly mood most of the time as well. It didn't do them any good. They had no organisation, no leadership, no plan, no discipline, no strategy. So they got nowhere.

    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They're still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn't care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I'd say it's the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.

    You don't change things by being surly.

    The Cultural Revolution that began in the West in the 1960s was not won by being surly.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Big Dick Bandit

  31. @Observator
    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.

    Replies: @Sollipsist, @dfordoom

    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.

    I would love to believe that.

    But experience tends to suggest that indoctrination is very very effective and that early indoctrination is even more effective.

    The only times that indoctrination fails is when people are exposed to alternative points of view.

    Christian indoctrination remained almost 100% effective throughout the Middle Ages because the Church was able to ensure that nobody (including children) got exposed to any alternative belief system. People believed in the Church’s teachings because they had no alternative to which to compare those teachings.

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity’s position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We’re currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. They may reject indoctrination if they’re exposed to points of view that question the beliefs in which they’re being indoctrinated.

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @dfordoom

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity’s position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We’re currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    Well a big part of the problem is that liberalism injects itself through indoctrination while depicting itself as open minded and considerate of alternative points of view. It's really sort of a jedi mind trick.

    Very few people are able to see past this trick. Even most mainstream conservatives have accepted liberal beliefs that are really just programmed through indoctrination and group pressure. Just look at how they all adopted gay marriage at some point. Questioning homosexuality at all is now verboden as is pointing out irresponsible behavior by gay men.

    , @Talha
    @dfordoom


    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity’s position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.
     
    It’s the printing’ press wot dunnit!!!

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.
     
    See what I mentioned about what they are teaching my daughter in college right now. It’s really weird because they are completely redefining terms. What do you do when they control definitions and the terms of the debate - that is the interesting thing.

    She was also explaining to me how they define “sex” versus “gender” and “gender expression”, etc.

    Peace.

  32. @V. K. Ovelund
    @Ris_Eruwaedhiel


    The principal of East Side Community School is Mark Federman. I assume he is one of the parentheticals ((())) from his last name.
     
    Federman is posing as he were a self-abnegating white, using a black man as a convenient foil. How typical.

    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew. Naming the Jew is the most unpopular thing the dissident right does but is also the most necessary thing the dissident right does. Until Jews stop behaving in large numbers as Federman does, no substantial progress without naming and shaming the Jew is possible. Otherwise, they're going to keep getting away with such crap at our expense.

    I realize that AE and many of his readers don't like to hear it. I don't like to hear it, either.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.

    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    @dfordoom


    The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible.
     
    What's indefensible about the tangible signs of our shared history?  As a descendant of Northerners, I find nothing offensive about Confederate memorials.  It's our history; it should be understood, not erased.
    , @Athletic and Whitesplosive
    @dfordoom


    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible
     
    Something indefensible like honoring their war dead and distinguished leaders? If you find something so completely lukewarm as that indefensible then what's even your objection to flushing your society down the toilet?

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. 
     
    You speak from experience, being exposed to common sense online hasn't caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.

    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity. Every communications advancement starting with the printing press only made it easier. The irony is that your own "enlightened centrism" is just institutional indoctrination you were subjected to, not any great triumph of the critical mind on your part.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @Supply and Demand

    , @nebulafox
    @dfordoom

    >Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    It's easy with political extremists in general. The type of person attracted to violent political radicalism and terrorism, regardless of ideology, tends to be easily provoked. They also tend to be prone to paranoia and infighting.

    One of the Durnovo-era Okhrana's favorite games was manipulating radical leftists into doing dumb, self-defeating things, and another was launching false-flag bombings of their own to further discredit them. Simply put, they'd create problems in order to solve them, which is actually an effective strategy if you don't really care about the human costs. (The Communists liked to do this, too, as does Putin in the modern era. Some things never change.) It's easy to forget given what happened historically that they were very successful: right before WWI, the revolutionary underground was a hot mess, with everybody not knowing who was an undercover Tsarist agent, and this was less than a decade after the Tsarist regime was nearly toppled in 105. It took a civilizational cataclysm on the level of WWI to save them, let alone put them in power.

    , @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.
     
    You have explained why you judge the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville, Virginia, August 11 and 12, 2017, to have been a mistake.

    Have you got any examples since Charlottesville?

    I have, but not many. For the dissident right merely to hold opinions with which you disagree, or to fail to pursue goals that do not interest them, or to disregard what you believe to be good optics, doesn't count.

    It would appear that taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes might be slightly harder than you had thought.

  33. @Intelligent Dasein
    @nebulafox


    Do they feel that their superiority isn’t recognized explicitly enough?
     
    I think the problem is that they aren't actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg---they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments, but they don't have any inward greatness of soul that gives them a qualitatively greater horizon than that of normal men.

    Obsessing over dietary issues is one of the characteristic, trifling problems that modern urban intellectuals love to indulge in, because they can't really rise to any other type of challenge. In this regard Gates is no different from faddish eaters avoiding gluten and plastic bottles, only he is doing it on his typically obscene, gigantic, and hectoring scale. Likewise their fascination with colonizing Mars, which is another useless and unimaginative nonstarter.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    I think the problem is that they aren’t actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg—they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments

    I agree. The elites are not particularly smart. Such talents as they possess are very narrow trivial talents but in a modern technological age a trivial narrowly focused talent can make you a multi-billionaire.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

    But they think they’re geniuses and the media treats them as geniuses which reinforces their belief in their own genius.

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

    It’s always a mistake to take people’s opinions seriously when they’re operating outside their own very specialised field. An astrophysicist might be a very great astrophysicist but his opinions on foreign policy are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver. And on most subjects the opinions of a billionaire are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver.

    • Replies: @Yahya K.
    @dfordoom


    The elites are not particularly smart.
     
    Who are you comparing them too?

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

     

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

     

    Depends on who you are taking about. Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do. Others like Bezos are probably too concerned with themselves to care much about what goes on in other parts of the world. Zuckerberg I would agree isn't wise or smart enough to grapple with any of these issues (though he pretends to).

    I think the criticism of Gates in this thread is a bit unfair. Certainly he is not above criticism, but most people here are attacking him on stylistic grounds, or just plain ad hominem. I haven't seen a serious rebuttal of his ideas.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @RoatanBill, @SafeNow

  34. @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it's the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.

    They've got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @dfordoom

    ” They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.” Well, I would say ‘ the population over which they would ( want ) to rule is in a very surly mood ‘…and armed to the teeth 🙂

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @SS-The Independent


    Well, I would say ‘ the population over which they would ( want ) to rule is in a very surly mood ‘…and armed to the teeth
     
    Americans have been armed to the teeth for a very long time. How much good has it done? Americans have seen their freedoms taken away from them, their country trashed and their society become more and more dysfunctional. And tending more and more towards totalitarianism.

    All those guns don't seem to have helped.
  35. @dfordoom
    @Observator


    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.
     
    I would love to believe that.

    But experience tends to suggest that indoctrination is very very effective and that early indoctrination is even more effective.

    The only times that indoctrination fails is when people are exposed to alternative points of view.

    Christian indoctrination remained almost 100% effective throughout the Middle Ages because the Church was able to ensure that nobody (including children) got exposed to any alternative belief system. People believed in the Church's teachings because they had no alternative to which to compare those teachings.

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity's position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We're currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. They may reject indoctrination if they're exposed to points of view that question the beliefs in which they're being indoctrinated.

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Talha

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity’s position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We’re currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    Well a big part of the problem is that liberalism injects itself through indoctrination while depicting itself as open minded and considerate of alternative points of view. It’s really sort of a jedi mind trick.

    Very few people are able to see past this trick. Even most mainstream conservatives have accepted liberal beliefs that are really just programmed through indoctrination and group pressure. Just look at how they all adopted gay marriage at some point. Questioning homosexuality at all is now verboden as is pointing out irresponsible behavior by gay men.

  36. @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it's the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.

    They've got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @dfordoom

    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?

    No, it’s the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.

    They seem to be managing pretty well at the moment. Their strategies have gained them almost absolute power.

    They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.

    The peasants in the Middle Ages and the slaves in the ancient world were probably in a pretty surly mood most of the time as well. It didn’t do them any good. They had no organisation, no leadership, no plan, no discipline, no strategy. So they got nowhere.

    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They’re still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn’t care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I’d say it’s the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.

    You don’t change things by being surly.

    The Cultural Revolution that began in the West in the 1960s was not won by being surly.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They’re still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn’t care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I’d say it’s the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.
     
    On style at least, and likely on substance, you won that exchange. I yield.

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example.
     
    I'm sorry, old boy, but when it comes to this topic, you just don't know what you're talking about.

    ... defending something indefensible.
     
    From your vantage across the Pacific, you do not understand what is being defended. Media has presented such a warped picture, how could you? But to Americans of the U.S. South, it's the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.

    The warped media in question has about as much to do with the authentic United States as Mel Gibson's Mad Max has to do with the authentic Australia.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    , @Big Dick Bandit
    @dfordoom

    this is one of the more brutally effective maulings of limpdick WN "durr, the south will rise again! Day Of The Rope is just around the corner!!!" opinions i've ever seen on here.

    well done.

    you can focus on making real (dare i say it) progress (!) on issues of import--making it easier to have families, with children who go to good schools and have bright futures in a modern, effective society (read: one where the roads aren't crumbling and people arent one accident away from abject poverty)...

    ....or you can embrace your impotent loserdom, raving about muh confederate history and jews, in ways that ensure nobody who might actually rally to a different vision than the one currently on offer ever does so.

    y'all do seem to like being impotent losers tho, so i'm pretty sure i know which way you'll choose.

  37. @Priss Factor
    With Jews, you lose.

    It's that simple.

    Jewish supremacism demands white submissivism. So, whites must be tamed into compliance and obeisance.

    Whiteness = Supremacism. So, the only way whites can be good is to be self-doubting and submissive.
    The mere fact of whiteness is 'supremacist', which means whites must make an extra effort to be submissive in order to be acceptable.

    So, whites mustn't expect to be equal with others. They must keep their heads low before others. Of course, Jews use blacks as their proxies, but the black guilt-leash is ultimately to tame whites to serve Jewish Supremacism.

    That's the great paradox. War on 'white supremacism' isn't an attack on supremacism per se but a means to make whites serve Jewish supremacism.

    Notice white parents aren't being told to champion Palestinian rights against Zionist supremacism. If indeed Jews were sincere about fighting all forms of supremacism, white parents would be told to denounce Zionism as well. But whites are made shameful and obedient... to serve Jewish supremacism.

    In a way, it's much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren't allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel 'guilty'. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don't even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn't to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
    American politics is a dog-show. So, in a way, the president is not the most powerful man in the world but the top dog of the world. In that sense, he is most unfree as everything he does must be to appease and please the Master, Jewish Power.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @Rosie

    ” With Jews, you lose. ” ‘ Usual ‘, yes…but, if you look back through history, once in a while, the ‘ auto-chosen ‘ are the one which lose. The Zionists/Masons are playing a very dangerous game this days, and I am ready to bet my life that they will L O S E ! With their ‘ dogs /shabbos goy…together…Would you take this bet ?:-)

  38. The synthetic beef and bug diet is a scam about “scarcity”.
    There is now no limit to how much real food is available.

    However, scarcity or the claim thereof is extremely profitable.
    Much like the glut of oil lowers prices of energy.

    The oligarchs have the deluded fantasy of having EVERYTHING.
    They need to go, AWAY. PERMANENTLY.

    The life you save will be your own.
    We’re talking about a tiny and insignificant percentage that needs removing.

    Less than 3%. A pittance. Easily forgotten and insignificant to the Timeline.
    Its a question of them or US. An easy enough choice to make.

    I would rather sacrifice them than me and mine. So should you.
    Sacrifices made for the Future of Space Exploration and no more “diversity”.

    An equitable and pleasing arrangement. Sacrifice the fake “elites”.
    LIVE BETTER. LIVE. COME WITH ME IF YOU WANT TO LIVE.

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
    • Replies: @steinbergfeldwitzcohen
    @Dr. Doom

    Bang on.
    Aside from false scarcity there is also a desire on their part for us not to eat meat as we are inferiors and they think they should be the only ones who can afford it.
    Literally: 'why should a scoundrel eat beef?'

    Gates, a trans gendered Dyke, and his butch husband; the natural elite.
    Jokes.

  39. @Adam Smith
    @nebulafox

    The overlords have long held disdain for us mere proles...


    “Tell me Lord, if you please, by what right or title does a worker eat beef … And goose, of which they have plenty? And this troubles God. God suffers from it and I do too. For they are a sorry lot, these peasants who eat fat goose! Should they eat fish? Rather, let them eat thistles and briars, thorns and straw and hay on Sunday and peapods on weekdays. They should keep watch without sleep and have trouble always; that is how workers should live. Yet each day they are full and drunk on the best wines, and in fine clothes. The great expenditures of workers comes at a high cost, for it is this that destroys and ruins the world. It is they who spoil the common welfare. From the proles comes all unhappiness. Should they eat meat? Rather should they chew grass on the heath with the horned cattle and go naked on all fours. Let them eat bugs!”
     
    I will eat fine steak, fish and all those other tasty meats while it's still an option.

    I hope you find some really great prime rib, or something equally nice, to gorge on today.

    Happy Fat Tuesday Mr. Fox.

    May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @Mr. Rational

    ” May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute. ” That’s not going to happen, unless…we are going to…’ give him a hand ‘…And, you know what ?…WE, THE PEOPLE, ‘ may ‘…” MAY ” have a ‘ chance ‘ to do that…Otherwise, the socio/psychopath Hell Gates & Co. will choke not only this Country, but the entire Humanity. The ball is in our court…

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  40. Yahya K. says:
    @dfordoom
    @Intelligent Dasein


    I think the problem is that they aren’t actually superior. People Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg—they have talent but not genius. They are just very talented individuals who got extremely lucky by plugging their talent into timely social developments
     
    I agree. The elites are not particularly smart. Such talents as they possess are very narrow trivial talents but in a modern technological age a trivial narrowly focused talent can make you a multi-billionaire.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

    But they think they're geniuses and the media treats them as geniuses which reinforces their belief in their own genius.

    Mostly they're mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

    It's always a mistake to take people's opinions seriously when they're operating outside their own very specialised field. An astrophysicist might be a very great astrophysicist but his opinions on foreign policy are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver. And on most subjects the opinions of a billionaire are worth as much as the opinions of a cab driver.

    Replies: @Yahya K.

    The elites are not particularly smart.

    Who are you comparing them too?

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

    Depends on who you are taking about. Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do. Others like Bezos are probably too concerned with themselves to care much about what goes on in other parts of the world. Zuckerberg I would agree isn’t wise or smart enough to grapple with any of these issues (though he pretends to).

    I think the criticism of Gates in this thread is a bit unfair. Certainly he is not above criticism, but most people here are attacking him on stylistic grounds, or just plain ad hominem. I haven’t seen a serious rebuttal of his ideas.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Yahya K.


    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.
     
    I don't deny that they have talent, I was simply arguing that their talents are usually very narrowly focused. Outside that narrow range they're just ordinary folks.

    Gates possibly has the kind of knowledge of subjects outside his range of experience that an intelligent layman would be expected to have. A well-read cab driver might be quite knowledgeable on some issues.

    The important point is that most experts (and I realise that I've changed the subject a little from billionaires to experts) are only experts in very narrow fields. I'm happy to defer to an astrophysicist on the subject of astrophysics but not on subjects like foreign policy or economic policy. I'll listen to a banker's views on economic policy but I'll be sceptical of his views on astrophysics or climate change.

    And over the past century experts have tended to become more and more narrowly focused, but at the same time more and more inclined to offer their views on subjects on which they're not experts.

    Gates seems to be reasonably bright but with a definite Messiah complex. Which is another thing you have to watch out for with billionaires. Billionaires also tend to suffer from inflated egos.

    However I don't subscribe to the view that Gates is a Bond Villain.
    , @RoatanBill
    @Yahya K.

    No one should really care about Gates's ideas, IF he weren't rich enough to push those ideas by purchasing the humans scum that puts his ideas into practice.

    He can have all the opinions he wants, but when he starts implementing them via his wallet, that's when the rest of us should have an issue, regardless if we think he's right or wrong. Gates would be nothing without his money.

    Replies: @Realist

    , @SafeNow
    @Yahya K.

    “Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do.”

    Even the NY Times blasted the preposterous Gates $1,000 hi-tech residential toilet for the Third World. If that, what else?

  41. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund



    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it’s the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.
     
    They seem to be managing pretty well at the moment. Their strategies have gained them almost absolute power.

    They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.
     
    The peasants in the Middle Ages and the slaves in the ancient world were probably in a pretty surly mood most of the time as well. It didn't do them any good. They had no organisation, no leadership, no plan, no discipline, no strategy. So they got nowhere.

    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They're still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn't care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I'd say it's the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.

    You don't change things by being surly.

    The Cultural Revolution that began in the West in the 1960s was not won by being surly.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Big Dick Bandit

    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They’re still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn’t care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I’d say it’s the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.

    On style at least, and likely on substance, you won that exchange. I yield.

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example.

    I’m sorry, old boy, but when it comes to this topic, you just don’t know what you’re talking about.

    … defending something indefensible.

    From your vantage across the Pacific, you do not understand what is being defended. Media has presented such a warped picture, how could you? But to Americans of the U.S. South, it’s the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.

    The warped media in question has about as much to do with the authentic United States as Mel Gibson’s Mad Max has to do with the authentic Australia.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    But to Americans of the U.S. South, it’s the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.
     
    But when you're manoeuvred into defending the Confederacy it's child's play to present that as defending slavery.

    You can argue all you like that the issues were in reality much more complex and much more nuanced and you can try to argue that you're defending the memories of honourable men but the media will still say that you're defending slavery and white supremacism and they have the megaphone and you don't.

    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.

    Replies: @Rosie

  42. @Adam Smith
    @nebulafox

    The overlords have long held disdain for us mere proles...


    “Tell me Lord, if you please, by what right or title does a worker eat beef … And goose, of which they have plenty? And this troubles God. God suffers from it and I do too. For they are a sorry lot, these peasants who eat fat goose! Should they eat fish? Rather, let them eat thistles and briars, thorns and straw and hay on Sunday and peapods on weekdays. They should keep watch without sleep and have trouble always; that is how workers should live. Yet each day they are full and drunk on the best wines, and in fine clothes. The great expenditures of workers comes at a high cost, for it is this that destroys and ruins the world. It is they who spoil the common welfare. From the proles comes all unhappiness. Should they eat meat? Rather should they chew grass on the heath with the horned cattle and go naked on all fours. Let them eat bugs!”
     
    I will eat fine steak, fish and all those other tasty meats while it's still an option.

    I hope you find some really great prime rib, or something equally nice, to gorge on today.

    Happy Fat Tuesday Mr. Fox.

    May Bill Gates choke on his synthetic meat substitute.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @Mr. Rational

    What’s your quote from?  I can’t find a source.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Mr. Rational

    "Le Despit Au Villain"... I think it's a short story originally found in "Jongleurs et trouvères ou choix de saluts, épitres, rêveries et autres pièces légères des XIIIe et XIVe siècles" published by Achille Jubinal in 1835.

    I replaced the word villein with workers and proles. I added the last line about the bugs. You can find the quote on page 175 of “A Distant Mirror” by Barbara Tuchman. I don't remember where I first found the passage as it was more than ten years ago.

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achille_Jubinal

    https://books.google.com/books?id=BmRoOIwLWhsC

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Distant_Mirror

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_W._Tuchman

  43. degrades

    Found the loophole! Seriously, when the legal system (along with most every other institution) is totally captured by people in favor of something, laws explicitly forbidding it mean nothing.

    Isn’t there some jibberish on the books about taking care that the laws be faithfully executed? Good luck not enforcing immigration laws with that little doozy in their!

    Lawfare like this is guaranteed to meet with limited success (which isn’t to say I don’t support lawfare, I very much do). Tactics like this are a false escape from the low intensity war on whites, they’re just a means of escalation, resistance doesn’t deter genocidal megalomaniacs, it just makes them want to push back harder.

  44. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.
     
    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @nebulafox, @V. K. Ovelund

    The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible.

    What’s indefensible about the tangible signs of our shared history?  As a descendant of Northerners, I find nothing offensive about Confederate memorials.  It’s our history; it should be understood, not erased.

  45. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.
     
    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @nebulafox, @V. K. Ovelund

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible

    Something indefensible like honoring their war dead and distinguished leaders? If you find something so completely lukewarm as that indefensible then what’s even your objection to flushing your society down the toilet?

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. 

    You speak from experience, being exposed to common sense online hasn’t caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.

    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity. Every communications advancement starting with the printing press only made it easier. The irony is that your own “enlightened centrism” is just institutional indoctrination you were subjected to, not any great triumph of the critical mind on your part.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Athletic and Whitesplosive


    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity.
     
    Amazingly the mediæval Church seemed to do well quite well when it came to suppressing heresy. The Church did a pretty effective job of suppressing the Albigensian heresy. Have you met any Albigensians lately?

    My point was that in the Middle Ages people by and large simply were not going to be exposed to belief systems other than that of the Church. Partly that was because of the primitive technological conditions - no newspapers or printed books to disseminate dissenting opinions. People mostly did not have heretical thoughts because there was mostly no way of being exposed to such thoughts. Of course people understood that if they did have heretical thoughts they'd pay a high price for doing so.

    People in the Middle Ages were unlikely to become atheists because their chances of being exposed to atheist opinions was zero.

    The means of propagandising the population were very limited but such means as did exist were pretty effectively monopolised by the Church and the Crown.

    In the modern period the Church and the Crown lost that monopoly.

    In the past few decades the State and mega-corporations have increasingly gained such a monopoly on the means of propaganda. The fact that the means of spreading propaganda are nowadays much more varied and sophisticated is not the point - the point is that those means are now concentrated in very few hands, just as was the case in the Middle Ages. We have returned to a situation in which most people do not get exposed to dissenting opinions.

    being exposed to common sense online hasn’t caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.
     
    Whatever else I might be accused of I sure as hell don't subscribe to the whig view of history.
    , @Supply and Demand
    @Athletic and Whitesplosive

    Whose war dead? How many statues of Santa Ana are in San Antonio?

  46. Adam Smith is a connoisseur of ancient literature. Or Dungeons & Dragons.
    13th Century story Le Despit au Vilain; is the source of his quote.

    Class is now declasse. Race is the Frankfurt School.
    Using the dark skinned races as biological weapons.

    Afterwards, when the Whites have been denuded of power, SLAVERY RETURNS.
    SLAVERY for everyone but the “self-chosen”.

    Or so they believe. )))They((( of the now echo chamber.
    No longer does the Lugenpresse impress. No longer do the masses believe the narrative.

    The more )))they((( censor,the less will hear or read. Or care.
    The schools need to be cleansed of this Evil.

    Young minds should not be contaminated with filth like the Babylonian Talmud.
    To believe in Babylon is DOOM. The second death of no return.

  47. @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    It’s important for more people to grasp that you cannot give concede even a step in this fight, because caving to one demand will just lead to another, and another until they have ground down their enemies.
     
    True. So what exactly is your plan to prevent this from happening? Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you'd like to share with us?

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Arclight

    A good question, and no I don’t have a master plan. I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn’t mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.

    Don’t send your kids to schools that push the hyper-racial woke worldview, or be willing to change schools, which is something I did several years ago. When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it’s not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers. Obviously you cannot eliminate exposure to the toxic ideas out there, but you can create doubt.

    To the extent in your daily life – job, church, boards you serve on – you have the ability to influence the trajectory of the culture, do so.

    The left truly had a long march through the institutions over a protracted period of time. To have a chance of reversing their gains, we have to be patient and take the long view as well. If you are over 40 realize that if there is any real success on this front it won’t start appear until you are well into retirement at best and make peace with that. You still have the opportunity and obligation to do what you can to ensure those that come after us get dealt a better hand.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn’t mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.
     
    I agree. I think the secret is to do it in a way that is difficult for liberals or normies to object to. Use the word homosexual rather than gay. Don't follow the increasingly prevalent habit of referring to wives or boyfriends as "my partner" - you're buying into gender-neutral nonsense by doing that. Don't use the word gender when the correct word is sex. Don't refer to female movie stars as actors - the word for a female member of the acting profession is actress. A woman who speaks on behalf of a group is a spokeswoman, not a spokesperson. Use the term homosexual marriage rather than same-sex marriage. If someone enters the country illegally that person is an illegal immigrant.

    You don't need to use inflammatory terms - you just need to be stubborn and use the correct terms.

    When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it’s not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers.
     
    A good idea, although it may get your kids into trouble. Changing schools is a good idea, if you can find a school that isn't infected by Wokeism/SJWism.

    Expose your kids to dissenting opinions.

    If your church is pozzed change churches. Losing members of their congregations hurts pozzed churches, so hurt them.

    But proceed cautiously. Don't paint a target on your back. There's no glory in self-destruction.

    Replies: @Arclight

  48. @Yahya K.
    @dfordoom


    The elites are not particularly smart.
     
    Who are you comparing them too?

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

     

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

     

    Depends on who you are taking about. Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do. Others like Bezos are probably too concerned with themselves to care much about what goes on in other parts of the world. Zuckerberg I would agree isn't wise or smart enough to grapple with any of these issues (though he pretends to).

    I think the criticism of Gates in this thread is a bit unfair. Certainly he is not above criticism, but most people here are attacking him on stylistic grounds, or just plain ad hominem. I haven't seen a serious rebuttal of his ideas.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @RoatanBill, @SafeNow

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    I don’t deny that they have talent, I was simply arguing that their talents are usually very narrowly focused. Outside that narrow range they’re just ordinary folks.

    Gates possibly has the kind of knowledge of subjects outside his range of experience that an intelligent layman would be expected to have. A well-read cab driver might be quite knowledgeable on some issues.

    The important point is that most experts (and I realise that I’ve changed the subject a little from billionaires to experts) are only experts in very narrow fields. I’m happy to defer to an astrophysicist on the subject of astrophysics but not on subjects like foreign policy or economic policy. I’ll listen to a banker’s views on economic policy but I’ll be sceptical of his views on astrophysics or climate change.

    And over the past century experts have tended to become more and more narrowly focused, but at the same time more and more inclined to offer their views on subjects on which they’re not experts.

    Gates seems to be reasonably bright but with a definite Messiah complex. Which is another thing you have to watch out for with billionaires. Billionaires also tend to suffer from inflated egos.

    However I don’t subscribe to the view that Gates is a Bond Villain.

  49. @SS-The Independent
    @V. K. Ovelund

    " They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood." Well, I would say ' the population over which they would ( want ) to rule is in a very surly mood '...and armed to the teeth :-)

    Replies: @dfordoom

    Well, I would say ‘ the population over which they would ( want ) to rule is in a very surly mood ‘…and armed to the teeth

    Americans have been armed to the teeth for a very long time. How much good has it done? Americans have seen their freedoms taken away from them, their country trashed and their society become more and more dysfunctional. And tending more and more towards totalitarianism.

    All those guns don’t seem to have helped.

  50. @V. K. Ovelund
    @dfordoom


    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They’re still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn’t care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I’d say it’s the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.
     
    On style at least, and likely on substance, you won that exchange. I yield.

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example.
     
    I'm sorry, old boy, but when it comes to this topic, you just don't know what you're talking about.

    ... defending something indefensible.
     
    From your vantage across the Pacific, you do not understand what is being defended. Media has presented such a warped picture, how could you? But to Americans of the U.S. South, it's the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.

    The warped media in question has about as much to do with the authentic United States as Mel Gibson's Mad Max has to do with the authentic Australia.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    But to Americans of the U.S. South, it’s the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.

    But when you’re manoeuvred into defending the Confederacy it’s child’s play to present that as defending slavery.

    You can argue all you like that the issues were in reality much more complex and much more nuanced and you can try to argue that you’re defending the memories of honourable men but the media will still say that you’re defending slavery and white supremacism and they have the megaphone and you don’t.

    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @dfordoom


    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.
     
    And yet, as usual, the slippery slopers were 100% correct. It didn't stop with Confederate statues. There was no way it could have. White people don't get a voice in the national debate, so there is no resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  51. @Priss Factor
    With Jews, you lose.

    It's that simple.

    Jewish supremacism demands white submissivism. So, whites must be tamed into compliance and obeisance.

    Whiteness = Supremacism. So, the only way whites can be good is to be self-doubting and submissive.
    The mere fact of whiteness is 'supremacist', which means whites must make an extra effort to be submissive in order to be acceptable.

    So, whites mustn't expect to be equal with others. They must keep their heads low before others. Of course, Jews use blacks as their proxies, but the black guilt-leash is ultimately to tame whites to serve Jewish Supremacism.

    That's the great paradox. War on 'white supremacism' isn't an attack on supremacism per se but a means to make whites serve Jewish supremacism.

    Notice white parents aren't being told to champion Palestinian rights against Zionist supremacism. If indeed Jews were sincere about fighting all forms of supremacism, white parents would be told to denounce Zionism as well. But whites are made shameful and obedient... to serve Jewish supremacism.

    In a way, it's much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren't allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel 'guilty'. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don't even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn't to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
    American politics is a dog-show. So, in a way, the president is not the most powerful man in the world but the top dog of the world. In that sense, he is most unfree as everything he does must be to appease and please the Master, Jewish Power.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent, @Rosie

    In a way, it’s much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren’t allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel ‘guilty’. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don’t even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn’t to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.

    I’m a cat person, but I object to your comparison of human-dog symbiosis with the other relationship you reference here.

    • Replies: @Talha
    @Rosie


    I’m a cat person
     
    Me and my brother grew up on that show “Thundercats - HO!!!”
    https://static.wikia.nocookie.net/thundercats/images/c/c2/LionOFromThunderCats1985SeriesEpisodeTroubleWithTimeSc01.jpg

    Peace.
    , @iffen
    @Rosie

    I’m a cat person

    Well, that explains a lot.

  52. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    But to Americans of the U.S. South, it’s the valor of their honored kin. Americans of the U.S. North maintain a deep respect for that Southern sentiment, to the immense frustration of the twisted minds that are producing the warped media you have seen.
     
    But when you're manoeuvred into defending the Confederacy it's child's play to present that as defending slavery.

    You can argue all you like that the issues were in reality much more complex and much more nuanced and you can try to argue that you're defending the memories of honourable men but the media will still say that you're defending slavery and white supremacism and they have the megaphone and you don't.

    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.

    Replies: @Rosie

    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.

    And yet, as usual, the slippery slopers were 100% correct. It didn’t stop with Confederate statues. There was no way it could have. White people don’t get a voice in the national debate, so there is no resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Rosie


    White people don’t get a voice in the national debate, so there is no resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics.
     
    There is definitely no coherent organised effective intelligent resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics or SJW politics.

    Unfortunately the coherent organised effective intelligent resistance was needed thirty or forty years ago when it might have worked. When political correctness started to be aggressively pushed what were conservatives doing? What was the Republican Party doing? Oh yes, now I remember, they were fighting the battle that really mattered - they were fighting for tax cuts for the rich.

    When political correctness and Wokeism were starting to get really nasty during the Trump Administration what was the Republican Party doing? Oh yeah, that's right, they were fighting for tax cuts for the rich.

    Fortunately the rich still get a voice in the national debate.
  53. @Rosie
    @Priss Factor


    In a way, it’s much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren’t allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel ‘guilty’. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don’t even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn’t to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
     
    I'm a cat person, but I object to your comparison of human-dog symbiosis with the other relationship you reference here.

    Replies: @Talha, @iffen

    I’m a cat person

    Me and my brother grew up on that show “Thundercats – HO!!!”

    Peace.

  54. Just had a very interesting conversation with my daughter about what she is learning in college in one of her classes. Looks like they are trying to redefine “ethnicity” to mean something you can become. Apparently “race” is fixed and you can’t change that, but you can change ethnically. So, for instance, an Irish man who adopts Somali customs and culture can become ethnically Somali and vice versa. Basically it looks like they are using it in the place where someone in my generation would have used “culture”.

    Weird stuff.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @RSDB
    @Talha

    Makes sense, an ethnos is a tribe or nation; an ethnarch, the "leader of a people", can be the leader of a subordinate nation within a larger empire. So not the same thing as culture, but not the same thing as race either.

    I agree that redefining terms seems to have a weird importance for "them". I can understand making distinctions which may be abstruse to the ordinary person in the street; that is what academic and theological language is for, except that that is not where it stops in this case, as we have distinctions that are based merely on approval vs. disapproval (e.g. "uprising" vs. "insurrection" comes immediately to mind) and redefinitions seemingly for the mere sake of redefinition.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational

    , @dfordoom
    @Talha


    Looks like they are trying to redefine “ethnicity” to mean something you can become. Apparently “race” is fixed and you can’t change that, but you can change ethnically. So, for instance, an Irish man who adopts Somali customs and culture can become ethnically Somali and vice versa. Basically it looks like they are using it in the place where someone in my generation would have used “culture”.

    Weird stuff.
     
    It is weird. Do they realise that it's not exactly a big jump from changing your ethnicity to changing your race?

    It’s really weird because they are completely redefining terms. What do you do when they control definitions and the terms of the debate – that is the interesting thing
     
    .

    It is difficult to know how to resist this sort of thing. Just as you think you've come up with a counter-argument you find that their argument has changed.

    In some cases the motivations may not even be sinister. It may just be academics trying desperately to get published and to establish reputations by coming up with something that sounds new and radical. Like biologists arguing about whether a butterfly is a totally new species or just a sub-species. They can publish lots of papers but at the end of the day it's still the same butterfly.

    With the soft sciences and the pseudosciences you just can't tell whether you're dealing with sinister nonsense or just plain ordinary nonsense.
  55. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund



    Do you have some practical workable strategy in mind that you’d like to share with us?
     
    No, it’s the other way around. Opportunistically, we mean to make them scramble to come up with some practical workable strategy to handle us.
     
    They seem to be managing pretty well at the moment. Their strategies have gained them almost absolute power.

    They’ve got a serious problem. The population over which they would rule is in a very surly mood.
     
    The peasants in the Middle Ages and the slaves in the ancient world were probably in a pretty surly mood most of the time as well. It didn't do them any good. They had no organisation, no leadership, no plan, no discipline, no strategy. So they got nowhere.

    Prisoners in maximum security jails are always in a very surly mood. They're still the ones behind bars. And the warders couldn't care less how surly the prisoners are. In that example I'd say it's the prisoners who have a serious problem, not the warders.

    You don't change things by being surly.

    The Cultural Revolution that began in the West in the 1960s was not won by being surly.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @Big Dick Bandit

    this is one of the more brutally effective maulings of limpdick WN “durr, the south will rise again! Day Of The Rope is just around the corner!!!” opinions i’ve ever seen on here.

    well done.

    you can focus on making real (dare i say it) progress (!) on issues of import–making it easier to have families, with children who go to good schools and have bright futures in a modern, effective society (read: one where the roads aren’t crumbling and people arent one accident away from abject poverty)…

    ….or you can embrace your impotent loserdom, raving about muh confederate history and jews, in ways that ensure nobody who might actually rally to a different vision than the one currently on offer ever does so.

    y’all do seem to like being impotent losers tho, so i’m pretty sure i know which way you’ll choose.

  56. @dfordoom
    @Observator


    One of the great things about kids is that a lot of them get pretty well-developed BS detectors at an early age. They will notice the difference between the ideology they are being force-fed and the reality of how others interact with them. Back in ancient times we called this “consciousness raising”, coz no matter how much you’re told a skunk doesn’t stink (or a vicious empire, for example, is a free democracy), you still have a nose that works.
     
    I would love to believe that.

    But experience tends to suggest that indoctrination is very very effective and that early indoctrination is even more effective.

    The only times that indoctrination fails is when people are exposed to alternative points of view.

    Christian indoctrination remained almost 100% effective throughout the Middle Ages because the Church was able to ensure that nobody (including children) got exposed to any alternative belief system. People believed in the Church's teachings because they had no alternative to which to compare those teachings.

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity's position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    We're currently back in the situation of the Middle Ages. Wokeist/SJW/environmentalist indoctrination is incredibly effective because most people (and virtually all schoolchildren) never get exposed to alternative ideologies.

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. They may reject indoctrination if they're exposed to points of view that question the beliefs in which they're being indoctrinated.

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Talha

    Once people were exposed to alternative points of view Christianity’s position as the dominant ideology began to crumble.

    It’s the printing’ press wot dunnit!!!

    When the people doing the indoctrinating have complete control of media (which these days means especially social media) and the education system they need have no fears that their indoctrination programs will fail.

    See what I mentioned about what they are teaching my daughter in college right now. It’s really weird because they are completely redefining terms. What do you do when they control definitions and the terms of the debate – that is the interesting thing.

    She was also explaining to me how they define “sex” versus “gender” and “gender expression”, etc.

    Peace.

  57. @Athletic and Whitesplosive
    @dfordoom


    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible
     
    Something indefensible like honoring their war dead and distinguished leaders? If you find something so completely lukewarm as that indefensible then what's even your objection to flushing your society down the toilet?

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. 
     
    You speak from experience, being exposed to common sense online hasn't caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.

    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity. Every communications advancement starting with the printing press only made it easier. The irony is that your own "enlightened centrism" is just institutional indoctrination you were subjected to, not any great triumph of the critical mind on your part.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @Supply and Demand

    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity.

    Amazingly the mediæval Church seemed to do well quite well when it came to suppressing heresy. The Church did a pretty effective job of suppressing the Albigensian heresy. Have you met any Albigensians lately?

    My point was that in the Middle Ages people by and large simply were not going to be exposed to belief systems other than that of the Church. Partly that was because of the primitive technological conditions – no newspapers or printed books to disseminate dissenting opinions. People mostly did not have heretical thoughts because there was mostly no way of being exposed to such thoughts. Of course people understood that if they did have heretical thoughts they’d pay a high price for doing so.

    People in the Middle Ages were unlikely to become atheists because their chances of being exposed to atheist opinions was zero.

    The means of propagandising the population were very limited but such means as did exist were pretty effectively monopolised by the Church and the Crown.

    In the modern period the Church and the Crown lost that monopoly.

    In the past few decades the State and mega-corporations have increasingly gained such a monopoly on the means of propaganda. The fact that the means of spreading propaganda are nowadays much more varied and sophisticated is not the point – the point is that those means are now concentrated in very few hands, just as was the case in the Middle Ages. We have returned to a situation in which most people do not get exposed to dissenting opinions.

    being exposed to common sense online hasn’t caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.

    Whatever else I might be accused of I sure as hell don’t subscribe to the whig view of history.

  58. @Athletic and Whitesplosive
    @dfordoom


    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible
     
    Something indefensible like honoring their war dead and distinguished leaders? If you find something so completely lukewarm as that indefensible then what's even your objection to flushing your society down the toilet?

    People do not spontaneously reject indoctrination because they have magic BS detectors. 
     
    You speak from experience, being exposed to common sense online hasn't caused you to stop regurgitating hot whig history takes.

    The ability of authorities to propagandize the populace and police heretical thoughts was miniscule in the middle ages and antiquity in comparison to modernity. Every communications advancement starting with the printing press only made it easier. The irony is that your own "enlightened centrism" is just institutional indoctrination you were subjected to, not any great triumph of the critical mind on your part.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @Supply and Demand

    Whose war dead? How many statues of Santa Ana are in San Antonio?

  59. I say cancel everyone and let everything white be ‘white supremacist’.

    Then, everything will be in our camp.

    Everyone must get canned.

  60. @Arclight
    @dfordoom

    A good question, and no I don't have a master plan. I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn't mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.

    Don't send your kids to schools that push the hyper-racial woke worldview, or be willing to change schools, which is something I did several years ago. When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it's not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers. Obviously you cannot eliminate exposure to the toxic ideas out there, but you can create doubt.

    To the extent in your daily life - job, church, boards you serve on - you have the ability to influence the trajectory of the culture, do so.

    The left truly had a long march through the institutions over a protracted period of time. To have a chance of reversing their gains, we have to be patient and take the long view as well. If you are over 40 realize that if there is any real success on this front it won't start appear until you are well into retirement at best and make peace with that. You still have the opportunity and obligation to do what you can to ensure those that come after us get dealt a better hand.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn’t mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.

    I agree. I think the secret is to do it in a way that is difficult for liberals or normies to object to. Use the word homosexual rather than gay. Don’t follow the increasingly prevalent habit of referring to wives or boyfriends as “my partner” – you’re buying into gender-neutral nonsense by doing that. Don’t use the word gender when the correct word is sex. Don’t refer to female movie stars as actors – the word for a female member of the acting profession is actress. A woman who speaks on behalf of a group is a spokeswoman, not a spokesperson. Use the term homosexual marriage rather than same-sex marriage. If someone enters the country illegally that person is an illegal immigrant.

    You don’t need to use inflammatory terms – you just need to be stubborn and use the correct terms.

    When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it’s not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers.

    A good idea, although it may get your kids into trouble. Changing schools is a good idea, if you can find a school that isn’t infected by Wokeism/SJWism.

    Expose your kids to dissenting opinions.

    If your church is pozzed change churches. Losing members of their congregations hurts pozzed churches, so hurt them.

    But proceed cautiously. Don’t paint a target on your back. There’s no glory in self-destruction.

    • Replies: @Arclight
    @dfordoom

    Right - no need to get up on a soapbox or call attention to what you are doing and why. Just be consistent, others will quietly take note, and some of them will do the same thing.

    I've had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left. I think over the next 10-15 years a lot of them are going to abandon the Dems once it becomes clear that the party does not give a damn about economic issues for ordinary people and it motivated by a desire to mete out cultural punishment, and no matter how loyal or good they consider themselves any misstep means they are a target.

    Overall I think there is an opportunity coming though. The current apotheosis of black angst will wear thin with an increasing share of whites, Latinos, and Asians. The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right. I am not a Trumper but he was on to something, and if the GOP goes back to the Paul Ryan/McConnell school of politics, it is heading for permanent rump status.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @dfordoom

  61. @Rosie
    @dfordoom


    So from a strategic point of view defending Confederate statues was probably a mistake.
     
    And yet, as usual, the slippery slopers were 100% correct. It didn't stop with Confederate statues. There was no way it could have. White people don't get a voice in the national debate, so there is no resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    White people don’t get a voice in the national debate, so there is no resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics.

    There is definitely no coherent organised effective intelligent resistance to the cutting edge of woke politics or SJW politics.

    Unfortunately the coherent organised effective intelligent resistance was needed thirty or forty years ago when it might have worked. When political correctness started to be aggressively pushed what were conservatives doing? What was the Republican Party doing? Oh yes, now I remember, they were fighting the battle that really mattered – they were fighting for tax cuts for the rich.

    When political correctness and Wokeism were starting to get really nasty during the Trump Administration what was the Republican Party doing? Oh yeah, that’s right, they were fighting for tax cuts for the rich.

    Fortunately the rich still get a voice in the national debate.

  62. @Talha
    Just had a very interesting conversation with my daughter about what she is learning in college in one of her classes. Looks like they are trying to redefine “ethnicity” to mean something you can become. Apparently “race” is fixed and you can’t change that, but you can change ethnically. So, for instance, an Irish man who adopts Somali customs and culture can become ethnically Somali and vice versa. Basically it looks like they are using it in the place where someone in my generation would have used “culture”.

    Weird stuff.

    Peace.

    Replies: @RSDB, @dfordoom

    Makes sense, an ethnos is a tribe or nation; an ethnarch, the “leader of a people”, can be the leader of a subordinate nation within a larger empire. So not the same thing as culture, but not the same thing as race either.

    I agree that redefining terms seems to have a weird importance for “them”. I can understand making distinctions which may be abstruse to the ordinary person in the street; that is what academic and theological language is for, except that that is not where it stops in this case, as we have distinctions that are based merely on approval vs. disapproval (e.g. “uprising” vs. “insurrection” comes immediately to mind) and redefinitions seemingly for the mere sake of redefinition.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    @RSDB


    redefinitions seemingly for the mere sake of redefinition.
     
    One of the purposes of Newspeak is to cut the population off from the record of its own past; it makes history incomprehensible.
  63. @Talha
    Just had a very interesting conversation with my daughter about what she is learning in college in one of her classes. Looks like they are trying to redefine “ethnicity” to mean something you can become. Apparently “race” is fixed and you can’t change that, but you can change ethnically. So, for instance, an Irish man who adopts Somali customs and culture can become ethnically Somali and vice versa. Basically it looks like they are using it in the place where someone in my generation would have used “culture”.

    Weird stuff.

    Peace.

    Replies: @RSDB, @dfordoom

    Looks like they are trying to redefine “ethnicity” to mean something you can become. Apparently “race” is fixed and you can’t change that, but you can change ethnically. So, for instance, an Irish man who adopts Somali customs and culture can become ethnically Somali and vice versa. Basically it looks like they are using it in the place where someone in my generation would have used “culture”.

    Weird stuff.

    It is weird. Do they realise that it’s not exactly a big jump from changing your ethnicity to changing your race?

    It’s really weird because they are completely redefining terms. What do you do when they control definitions and the terms of the debate – that is the interesting thing

    .

    It is difficult to know how to resist this sort of thing. Just as you think you’ve come up with a counter-argument you find that their argument has changed.

    In some cases the motivations may not even be sinister. It may just be academics trying desperately to get published and to establish reputations by coming up with something that sounds new and radical. Like biologists arguing about whether a butterfly is a totally new species or just a sub-species. They can publish lots of papers but at the end of the day it’s still the same butterfly.

    With the soft sciences and the pseudosciences you just can’t tell whether you’re dealing with sinister nonsense or just plain ordinary nonsense.

  64. @RSDB
    @Talha

    Makes sense, an ethnos is a tribe or nation; an ethnarch, the "leader of a people", can be the leader of a subordinate nation within a larger empire. So not the same thing as culture, but not the same thing as race either.

    I agree that redefining terms seems to have a weird importance for "them". I can understand making distinctions which may be abstruse to the ordinary person in the street; that is what academic and theological language is for, except that that is not where it stops in this case, as we have distinctions that are based merely on approval vs. disapproval (e.g. "uprising" vs. "insurrection" comes immediately to mind) and redefinitions seemingly for the mere sake of redefinition.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational

    redefinitions seemingly for the mere sake of redefinition.

    One of the purposes of Newspeak is to cut the population off from the record of its own past; it makes history incomprehensible.

    • Agree: RSDB, nokangaroos
  65. @Yahya K.
    @dfordoom


    The elites are not particularly smart.
     
    Who are you comparing them too?

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

     

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

     

    Depends on who you are taking about. Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do. Others like Bezos are probably too concerned with themselves to care much about what goes on in other parts of the world. Zuckerberg I would agree isn't wise or smart enough to grapple with any of these issues (though he pretends to).

    I think the criticism of Gates in this thread is a bit unfair. Certainly he is not above criticism, but most people here are attacking him on stylistic grounds, or just plain ad hominem. I haven't seen a serious rebuttal of his ideas.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @RoatanBill, @SafeNow

    No one should really care about Gates’s ideas, IF he weren’t rich enough to push those ideas by purchasing the humans scum that puts his ideas into practice.

    He can have all the opinions he wants, but when he starts implementing them via his wallet, that’s when the rest of us should have an issue, regardless if we think he’s right or wrong. Gates would be nothing without his money.

    • Replies: @Realist
    @RoatanBill


    Gates would be nothing without his money.
     
    Exactly so. Paul Allen was the brains behind Microsoft.

    Replies: @RoatanBill, @nebulafox

  66. I’d like to see ROC-Moscow Patriarchate start to set up a K-12 school system in the US. Or maybe the US is now so left totalitarian that wouldn’t be allowed.

  67. Meet the author, Barnor Hesse …

    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Thanks for sharing...Meet the shabbos goy, traitor of his race...Hope some of his ' own ' will ' cancel ' him :-)

  68. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.
     
    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @nebulafox, @V. K. Ovelund

    >Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    It’s easy with political extremists in general. The type of person attracted to violent political radicalism and terrorism, regardless of ideology, tends to be easily provoked. They also tend to be prone to paranoia and infighting.

    One of the Durnovo-era Okhrana’s favorite games was manipulating radical leftists into doing dumb, self-defeating things, and another was launching false-flag bombings of their own to further discredit them. Simply put, they’d create problems in order to solve them, which is actually an effective strategy if you don’t really care about the human costs. (The Communists liked to do this, too, as does Putin in the modern era. Some things never change.) It’s easy to forget given what happened historically that they were very successful: right before WWI, the revolutionary underground was a hot mess, with everybody not knowing who was an undercover Tsarist agent, and this was less than a decade after the Tsarist regime was nearly toppled in 105. It took a civilizational cataclysm on the level of WWI to save them, let alone put them in power.

  69. @Bardon Kaldian
    Meet the author, Barnor Hesse ...

    https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/sites.northwestern.edu/dist/6/3491/files/2019/10/barnor_hesse_web.jpg

    Replies: @SS-The Independent

    Thanks for sharing…Meet the shabbos goy, traitor of his race…Hope some of his ‘ own ‘ will ‘ cancel ‘ him 🙂

  70. @dfordoom
    @V. K. Ovelund


    This is precisely why the dissident right has no useful alternative than to name the Jew.
     
    Have you considered the possibility that the far right is being deliberately taunted into making dumb mistakes? Dumb mistakes such as embracing increasingly extreme and unpopular positions?

    The Confederate statue issue was a good example. The far right was taunted into taking a position which made it appear to be defending something indefensible. The far right was taunted into once again picking the wrong hill on which to die.

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    Replies: @Mr. Rational, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @nebulafox, @V. K. Ovelund

    Taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes is unfortunately very very easy.

    You have explained why you judge the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville, Virginia, August 11 and 12, 2017, to have been a mistake.

    Have you got any examples since Charlottesville?

    I have, but not many. For the dissident right merely to hold opinions with which you disagree, or to fail to pursue goals that do not interest them, or to disregard what you believe to be good optics, doesn’t count.

    It would appear that taunting the dissident right into making dumb mistakes might be slightly harder than you had thought.

  71. @Yahya K.
    @dfordoom


    The elites are not particularly smart.
     
    Who are you comparing them too?

    Mostly they’re mediocrities who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time with one bright idea.

     

    No. They are talented people who also happened to be a right place at the right time. You need both skill and luck to make it to their position.

    Most members of the elite have very little understanding of the world outside the very narrow range in which their talents are focused. On most issues their opinions are trite, trivial, confused, emotionally driven nonsense.

     

    Depends on who you are taking about. Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do. Others like Bezos are probably too concerned with themselves to care much about what goes on in other parts of the world. Zuckerberg I would agree isn't wise or smart enough to grapple with any of these issues (though he pretends to).

    I think the criticism of Gates in this thread is a bit unfair. Certainly he is not above criticism, but most people here are attacking him on stylistic grounds, or just plain ad hominem. I haven't seen a serious rebuttal of his ideas.

    Replies: @dfordoom, @RoatanBill, @SafeNow

    “Someone like Gates probably has a good understanding of various issues that impact the world such as energy, healthcare and economic development. Certainly far more than we do.”

    Even the NY Times blasted the preposterous Gates $1,000 hi-tech residential toilet for the Third World. If that, what else?

  72. @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    I think a good start is refusing to play their games with language, especially in smaller gatherings. People are largely followers and will not voice views out loud they are afraid will get pushback unless they hear someone else do it. That doesn’t mean be a bomb thrower, but be willing to disagree articulately. You may never see it directly, but it does influence people.
     
    I agree. I think the secret is to do it in a way that is difficult for liberals or normies to object to. Use the word homosexual rather than gay. Don't follow the increasingly prevalent habit of referring to wives or boyfriends as "my partner" - you're buying into gender-neutral nonsense by doing that. Don't use the word gender when the correct word is sex. Don't refer to female movie stars as actors - the word for a female member of the acting profession is actress. A woman who speaks on behalf of a group is a spokeswoman, not a spokesperson. Use the term homosexual marriage rather than same-sex marriage. If someone enters the country illegally that person is an illegal immigrant.

    You don't need to use inflammatory terms - you just need to be stubborn and use the correct terms.

    When you hear your kids say something that is just flat out wrong, have a talk with them about it and help them understand why it’s not accurate and that teachers do not always have the answers.
     
    A good idea, although it may get your kids into trouble. Changing schools is a good idea, if you can find a school that isn't infected by Wokeism/SJWism.

    Expose your kids to dissenting opinions.

    If your church is pozzed change churches. Losing members of their congregations hurts pozzed churches, so hurt them.

    But proceed cautiously. Don't paint a target on your back. There's no glory in self-destruction.

    Replies: @Arclight

    Right – no need to get up on a soapbox or call attention to what you are doing and why. Just be consistent, others will quietly take note, and some of them will do the same thing.

    I’ve had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left. I think over the next 10-15 years a lot of them are going to abandon the Dems once it becomes clear that the party does not give a damn about economic issues for ordinary people and it motivated by a desire to mete out cultural punishment, and no matter how loyal or good they consider themselves any misstep means they are a target.

    Overall I think there is an opportunity coming though. The current apotheosis of black angst will wear thin with an increasing share of whites, Latinos, and Asians. The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right. I am not a Trumper but he was on to something, and if the GOP goes back to the Paul Ryan/McConnell school of politics, it is heading for permanent rump status.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    @Arclight


    The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right.
     
    The cultural is the discriminant.

    A significant minority among IQ-110+ Leftists (these being the ones who probably most matter in your context) start out culturally left but, battered by the ordinary misfortunes of life, imperceptibly drift over to the right half by the age of 25 or 30. This minority can be won, but not as long as Republicans keep blathering about low taxes without any actionable macroeconomic consensus regarding federal deficits or the money supply. When some Republican congressmen start speaking of the minimum wage—which is someone's livelihood—as though they were speaking of the wholesale price of plywood, it makes one wonder. Meanwhile, the Republican position on medicine, though rooted in laudable instincts, is an incoherent mess.

    Republicans do broadly agree however that the culture has derailed.

    Republicans would be wise to follow your advice.

    , @dfordoom
    @Arclight


    I’ve had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left.
     
    That pretty much describes me. If any candidate or party were prepared to embrace moderate Old School economic leftism without the political correctness, the Wokeism, the environmentalist extremism and the creeping totalitarianism then I'd vote for that candidate or party.

    And there are plenty of people who broadly speaking share my views. A combination of moderate economic leftism and moderate social/cultural conservatism - it's the political hundred dollar bill lying on the sidewalk waiting for someone to pick it up.
  73. Their ultimate goal is to physically liquidate the THE HISTORIC NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS MAJORITY….Pol Pot style. The Slaughter of the White Working Class crew of the USS LIBERTY…..while LBJ got a blow in the Oval Office by Matilde Krim….was the warning shot.

    Or, will nuclear war with Russia come first? In 2021-22?

    There can be no doubt that they want us DEAD…..

    • Replies: @The Truth
    @War for Blair Mountain

    That is ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! There is NO DOUBT! Take gun control laws just for one example. Those laws are ALWAYS directed towards law abiding white citizens in every case. Black criminals NEVER obey laws when they get a gun. They could not care less about any gun control laws. Yet the commies that get elected pretend that they are doing good for society by enacting such legislation.

  74. @Mr. Rational
    @Adam Smith

    What's your quote from?  I can't find a source.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    “Le Despit Au Villain”… I think it’s a short story originally found in “Jongleurs et trouvères ou choix de saluts, épitres, rêveries et autres pièces légères des XIIIe et XIVe siècles” published by Achille Jubinal in 1835.

    I replaced the word villein with workers and proles. I added the last line about the bugs. You can find the quote on page 175 of “A Distant Mirror” by Barbara Tuchman. I don’t remember where I first found the passage as it was more than ten years ago.

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achille_Jubinal

    https://books.google.com/books?id=BmRoOIwLWhsC

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Distant_Mirror

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_W._Tuchman

  75. @Arclight
    @dfordoom

    Right - no need to get up on a soapbox or call attention to what you are doing and why. Just be consistent, others will quietly take note, and some of them will do the same thing.

    I've had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left. I think over the next 10-15 years a lot of them are going to abandon the Dems once it becomes clear that the party does not give a damn about economic issues for ordinary people and it motivated by a desire to mete out cultural punishment, and no matter how loyal or good they consider themselves any misstep means they are a target.

    Overall I think there is an opportunity coming though. The current apotheosis of black angst will wear thin with an increasing share of whites, Latinos, and Asians. The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right. I am not a Trumper but he was on to something, and if the GOP goes back to the Paul Ryan/McConnell school of politics, it is heading for permanent rump status.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @dfordoom

    The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right.

    The cultural is the discriminant.

    [MORE]

    A significant minority among IQ-110+ Leftists (these being the ones who probably most matter in your context) start out culturally left but, battered by the ordinary misfortunes of life, imperceptibly drift over to the right half by the age of 25 or 30. This minority can be won, but not as long as Republicans keep blathering about low taxes without any actionable macroeconomic consensus regarding federal deficits or the money supply. When some Republican congressmen start speaking of the minimum wage—which is someone’s livelihood—as though they were speaking of the wholesale price of plywood, it makes one wonder. Meanwhile, the Republican position on medicine, though rooted in laudable instincts, is an incoherent mess.

    Republicans do broadly agree however that the culture has derailed.

    Republicans would be wise to follow your advice.

    • Thanks: Arclight
  76. @RoatanBill
    @Yahya K.

    No one should really care about Gates's ideas, IF he weren't rich enough to push those ideas by purchasing the humans scum that puts his ideas into practice.

    He can have all the opinions he wants, but when he starts implementing them via his wallet, that's when the rest of us should have an issue, regardless if we think he's right or wrong. Gates would be nothing without his money.

    Replies: @Realist

    Gates would be nothing without his money.

    Exactly so. Paul Allen was the brains behind Microsoft.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    @Realist

    Gary Kildall was the brains behind DOS that made its way to Microsoft for a pittance. DOS put Microsoft on the map.

    When Microsoft designed its own operating system, Windows, it created the worst operating system I've ever seen and over the decades it hasn't gotten much better. Microsoft's genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale. That guaranteed the average computer illiterate became a Microsoft cheerleader simply because that's all they knew about.

    The Internet runs on Linux predominantly for server back end services because it's orders of magnitude more reliable than Windows and mostly free. End users typically run Windows because they're end users and don't know any better.

    As part of our consultancy, we installed 3COM Ethershare, Unix, Novell and eventually Windows servers starting in the early 80's until Linux came along. We converted almost all our clients to Linux servers and firewalls over a number of years to get away from Novell which Eric Schmidt (later of Google fame) ruined and Windows which just crashed too often.

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    Replies: @Realist, @anon, @Buck Ransom

    , @nebulafox
    @Realist

    Paul Allen, P.W Anderson, Freeman Dyson, Eddie Van Halen, Hank Aaron, and now Isadore Singer. Above all, my father. The last few years have not been kind to my various youthful heroes...

  77. Speaking of mandates in school…I came across this interesting item recently:
    “Schools in England told not to use material from anti-capitalist groups
    Idea categorised as ‘extreme political stance’ equivalent to endorsing illegal activity”
    https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/sep/27/uk-schools-told-not-to-use-anti-capitalist-material-in-teaching

    Does anyone know how that is going? The article is from last September.

    Peace.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
  78. @Realist
    @RoatanBill


    Gates would be nothing without his money.
     
    Exactly so. Paul Allen was the brains behind Microsoft.

    Replies: @RoatanBill, @nebulafox

    Gary Kildall was the brains behind DOS that made its way to Microsoft for a pittance. DOS put Microsoft on the map.

    When Microsoft designed its own operating system, Windows, it created the worst operating system I’ve ever seen and over the decades it hasn’t gotten much better. Microsoft’s genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale. That guaranteed the average computer illiterate became a Microsoft cheerleader simply because that’s all they knew about.

    The Internet runs on Linux predominantly for server back end services because it’s orders of magnitude more reliable than Windows and mostly free. End users typically run Windows because they’re end users and don’t know any better.

    As part of our consultancy, we installed 3COM Ethershare, Unix, Novell and eventually Windows servers starting in the early 80’s until Linux came along. We converted almost all our clients to Linux servers and firewalls over a number of years to get away from Novell which Eric Schmidt (later of Google fame) ruined and Windows which just crashed too often.

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    • Replies: @Realist
    @RoatanBill


    Microsoft’s genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale.
     
    Agreed, and it was a travesty when the SCOTUS declined to hear the federal government's appeal to the court ruling in favor of Microsoft (on the question of monopolistic actions) and the DOJ did not have the balls to further the issue.
    , @anon
    @RoatanBill

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    "When you say 'I wrote a program that crashed Windows,' people just stare at you blankly and say 'Hey, I got those with the system, for free.'" - Linus Torvalds

    Replies: @RoatanBill

    , @Buck Ransom
    @RoatanBill

    Here's a video on the sleazy machinations of Bill Gates that led to his curious acquisition of Gary Kildall's operating system.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDIK-C6dGks

    Replies: @anarchyst

  79. @Realist
    @RoatanBill

    Something from the Burning Platform a while back.

    Whites were the first to build habitable buildings more than four stories high, the first to construct bridges to carry the weight of steam trains, which we also invented, and the safe and secure mines that produced the coal that smelted the metal that formed the engines that powered the trains with the coal we mined. We are—in a word—astonishing. In invention and innovation, we are elves and everyone else are orcs, and the orcs despise us for it all whilst coveting the things we have created.
    Technology is our culture, and art and music and beautiful soaring cathedrals, penicillin and botany, flushing toilets and refrigeration and general anesthesia and Shakespeare.


    The Burning Platform

    Replies: @tgordon, @Buck Ransom

  80. @RoatanBill
    @Realist

    Gary Kildall was the brains behind DOS that made its way to Microsoft for a pittance. DOS put Microsoft on the map.

    When Microsoft designed its own operating system, Windows, it created the worst operating system I've ever seen and over the decades it hasn't gotten much better. Microsoft's genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale. That guaranteed the average computer illiterate became a Microsoft cheerleader simply because that's all they knew about.

    The Internet runs on Linux predominantly for server back end services because it's orders of magnitude more reliable than Windows and mostly free. End users typically run Windows because they're end users and don't know any better.

    As part of our consultancy, we installed 3COM Ethershare, Unix, Novell and eventually Windows servers starting in the early 80's until Linux came along. We converted almost all our clients to Linux servers and firewalls over a number of years to get away from Novell which Eric Schmidt (later of Google fame) ruined and Windows which just crashed too often.

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    Replies: @Realist, @anon, @Buck Ransom

    Microsoft’s genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale.

    Agreed, and it was a travesty when the SCOTUS declined to hear the federal government’s appeal to the court ruling in favor of Microsoft (on the question of monopolistic actions) and the DOJ did not have the balls to further the issue.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  81. @Irish Savant
    The Principal's name? Marc Federman.

    Replies: @SS-The Independent

    Hm, he must be a…Chinese, or Japanese…right 🙂

  82. @Realist
    @RoatanBill


    Gates would be nothing without his money.
     
    Exactly so. Paul Allen was the brains behind Microsoft.

    Replies: @RoatanBill, @nebulafox

    Paul Allen, P.W Anderson, Freeman Dyson, Eddie Van Halen, Hank Aaron, and now Isadore Singer. Above all, my father. The last few years have not been kind to my various youthful heroes…

    • Thanks: Realist
  83. @RoatanBill
    @Realist

    Gary Kildall was the brains behind DOS that made its way to Microsoft for a pittance. DOS put Microsoft on the map.

    When Microsoft designed its own operating system, Windows, it created the worst operating system I've ever seen and over the decades it hasn't gotten much better. Microsoft's genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale. That guaranteed the average computer illiterate became a Microsoft cheerleader simply because that's all they knew about.

    The Internet runs on Linux predominantly for server back end services because it's orders of magnitude more reliable than Windows and mostly free. End users typically run Windows because they're end users and don't know any better.

    As part of our consultancy, we installed 3COM Ethershare, Unix, Novell and eventually Windows servers starting in the early 80's until Linux came along. We converted almost all our clients to Linux servers and firewalls over a number of years to get away from Novell which Eric Schmidt (later of Google fame) ruined and Windows which just crashed too often.

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    Replies: @Realist, @anon, @Buck Ransom

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    “When you say ‘I wrote a program that crashed Windows,’ people just stare at you blankly and say ‘Hey, I got those with the system, for free.’” – Linus Torvalds

    • LOL: RSDB
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    @anon

    Windows is just as free as free shipping from Amazon. The ignorant public wants to be fooled.

  84. @anon
    @RoatanBill

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    "When you say 'I wrote a program that crashed Windows,' people just stare at you blankly and say 'Hey, I got those with the system, for free.'" - Linus Torvalds

    Replies: @RoatanBill

    Windows is just as free as free shipping from Amazon. The ignorant public wants to be fooled.

  85. @Arclight
    @dfordoom

    Right - no need to get up on a soapbox or call attention to what you are doing and why. Just be consistent, others will quietly take note, and some of them will do the same thing.

    I've had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left. I think over the next 10-15 years a lot of them are going to abandon the Dems once it becomes clear that the party does not give a damn about economic issues for ordinary people and it motivated by a desire to mete out cultural punishment, and no matter how loyal or good they consider themselves any misstep means they are a target.

    Overall I think there is an opportunity coming though. The current apotheosis of black angst will wear thin with an increasing share of whites, Latinos, and Asians. The right just has to have to balls to capture the economic left and make a case for the cultural right. I am not a Trumper but he was on to something, and if the GOP goes back to the Paul Ryan/McConnell school of politics, it is heading for permanent rump status.

    Replies: @V. K. Ovelund, @dfordoom

    I’ve had a few conversations with acquaintances who are left of center whites that will admit they are getting pretty uncomfortable with where things are going culturally, but they are still attached to the economic outlook of the left.

    That pretty much describes me. If any candidate or party were prepared to embrace moderate Old School economic leftism without the political correctness, the Wokeism, the environmentalist extremism and the creeping totalitarianism then I’d vote for that candidate or party.

    And there are plenty of people who broadly speaking share my views. A combination of moderate economic leftism and moderate social/cultural conservatism – it’s the political hundred dollar bill lying on the sidewalk waiting for someone to pick it up.

  86. @Supply and Demand
    Glad my daughters are going to school here in China.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    Your daughters are half breed Commie dink filth and your photo is shown when one looks up the definition of “cuck” in the dictionary…lol

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    I have one 100% genetically European daughter that I fathered with my ex-wife, Rear Admiral Ripper. I suppose she will internalize "commie dink filth" in time, though!

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

  87. @War for Blair Mountain
    Their ultimate goal is to physically liquidate the THE HISTORIC NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS MAJORITY....Pol Pot style. The Slaughter of the White Working Class crew of the USS LIBERTY.....while LBJ got a blow in the Oval Office by Matilde Krim....was the warning shot.

    Or, will nuclear war with Russia come first? In 2021-22?

    There can be no doubt that they want us DEAD.....

    Replies: @The Truth

    That is ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! There is NO DOUBT! Take gun control laws just for one example. Those laws are ALWAYS directed towards law abiding white citizens in every case. Black criminals NEVER obey laws when they get a gun. They could not care less about any gun control laws. Yet the commies that get elected pretend that they are doing good for society by enacting such legislation.

  88. @RoatanBill
    @Realist

    Gary Kildall was the brains behind DOS that made its way to Microsoft for a pittance. DOS put Microsoft on the map.

    When Microsoft designed its own operating system, Windows, it created the worst operating system I've ever seen and over the decades it hasn't gotten much better. Microsoft's genius was in marketing and coercing hardware manufacturers to include first DOS and then Windows as a part of every sale. That guaranteed the average computer illiterate became a Microsoft cheerleader simply because that's all they knew about.

    The Internet runs on Linux predominantly for server back end services because it's orders of magnitude more reliable than Windows and mostly free. End users typically run Windows because they're end users and don't know any better.

    As part of our consultancy, we installed 3COM Ethershare, Unix, Novell and eventually Windows servers starting in the early 80's until Linux came along. We converted almost all our clients to Linux servers and firewalls over a number of years to get away from Novell which Eric Schmidt (later of Google fame) ruined and Windows which just crashed too often.

    Microsoft was the worst thing that ever happened to computing, and still is.

    Replies: @Realist, @anon, @Buck Ransom

    Here’s a video on the sleazy machinations of Bill Gates that led to his curious acquisition of Gary Kildall’s operating system.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    @Buck Ransom

    Since when did Gates become an MD?
    Since when did Gates become a dietitian?
    Bill Gates is NOT the innovator and all-knowing "smartest guy in the room" by any means.
    Bill Gates' success can be attributed to his purchase of an "operating system" from a REAL software developer and "being at the right place, at the right time"--nothing more.
    Most people are unaware that Bill Gates' "daddy" is part of one of Seattle, Washington's most prestigious law firms. His mother was an IBM executive and saw to it that IBM adopted his "operating system". The Gates family is big in the eugenics and depopulation movements. Follow the money.
    All of Bill Gates' success came from the tight restrictive "licensing agreements" that were formulated by his daddy's prestigious Seattle Washington law firm, not from technical prowess. For the longest time, it was almost impossible to purchase a copy of DOS or Windows without also purchasing hardware. This was a good marketing strategy and helped to spread the use of his operating system among the masses. His operating systems are crap and are full of viruses, back-door exploits and NSA traps.
    You see, Bill Gates WAS born with a "silver spoon" in his mouth and as such, he has NO IDEA of the preciousness of human life. To Gates and those of his type, human life is merely a "commodity" to be created and destroyed according to the will of "elites" such as himself and his ilk.
    Bill Gates (and others of his type) are dangerous to humanity as they think that "they have all the answers" and the financial capital to back it up.
    There are still many more of us than of people like him . . . there is still time to "nip this thing in the bud"...
    Start out by weaning yourselves from Microsoft products and go to Linux...

  89. @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    Your daughters are half breed Commie dink filth and your photo is shown when one looks up the definition of "cuck" in the dictionary...lol

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    I have one 100% genetically European daughter that I fathered with my ex-wife, Rear Admiral Ripper. I suppose she will internalize “commie dink filth” in time, though!

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    So you're a two time loser cuck who scurried off to China and bumfucked a local...lol

    No wonder you're so full of piss and vinegar.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

  90. @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    I have one 100% genetically European daughter that I fathered with my ex-wife, Rear Admiral Ripper. I suppose she will internalize "commie dink filth" in time, though!

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    So you’re a two time loser cuck who scurried off to China and bumfucked a local…lol

    No wonder you’re so full of piss and vinegar.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    SS-Gruppenfuhrer Ripper, I am under the impression that you are a Southerner of some sort, and most likely an Incel with improper sex ed. I just want to politely inform you that you cannot conceive life through sodomy, even though you seem to enjoy it. I have heard that there is quite a bit of Bacha Bazi behavior in the Afghanized Appalachians, but I just want to educate you that this is not how you reproduce.

    Best of luck in America, fren.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

  91. @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    So you're a two time loser cuck who scurried off to China and bumfucked a local...lol

    No wonder you're so full of piss and vinegar.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    SS-Gruppenfuhrer Ripper, I am under the impression that you are a Southerner of some sort, and most likely an Incel with improper sex ed. I just want to politely inform you that you cannot conceive life through sodomy, even though you seem to enjoy it. I have heard that there is quite a bit of Bacha Bazi behavior in the Afghanized Appalachians, but I just want to educate you that this is not how you reproduce.

    Best of luck in America, fren.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    I must say I expected a much more imaginative insult from a high class, educated cuck like you.

    Regular old run of the mill fag calling is a disappointment to say the least.

    BTW, your old lady keeps sending me pictures and complaining about your limp pencil dick.

    https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/old-asian-chinese-woman-20336327.jpg

    Do me a favor and tell her I'm not interested.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

  92. Perhaps people could help the school to combat whiteness by cutting of electricity to school or maybe just flushing a few boxes of tampons down the school’s toilets. (Men’s or women’s room)

  93. @RoatanBill
    When someone, anyone, can show me where the black, brown, red or yellow races have produced more than the white race, then I'll change my score from 1 to something else on that image above.

    Till then, the plain and honest truth is that the white race has advanced civilization generally and in the US and Europe in particular, more than any other entity. This shouldn't be controversial.

    Replies: @Realist, @mc23

    Anti-Whiteness is envy

    • Agree: RoatanBill, Realist
  94. @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    SS-Gruppenfuhrer Ripper, I am under the impression that you are a Southerner of some sort, and most likely an Incel with improper sex ed. I just want to politely inform you that you cannot conceive life through sodomy, even though you seem to enjoy it. I have heard that there is quite a bit of Bacha Bazi behavior in the Afghanized Appalachians, but I just want to educate you that this is not how you reproduce.

    Best of luck in America, fren.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    I must say I expected a much more imaginative insult from a high class, educated cuck like you.

    Regular old run of the mill fag calling is a disappointment to say the least.

    BTW, your old lady keeps sending me pictures and complaining about your limp pencil dick.

    Do me a favor and tell her I’m not interested.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    that appears to be a Han Chinese, Flag Admiral Ripper. I regret to inform you that I married to a tungusic Manchu. Different race.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

  95. @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    I must say I expected a much more imaginative insult from a high class, educated cuck like you.

    Regular old run of the mill fag calling is a disappointment to say the least.

    BTW, your old lady keeps sending me pictures and complaining about your limp pencil dick.

    https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/old-asian-chinese-woman-20336327.jpg

    Do me a favor and tell her I'm not interested.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    that appears to be a Han Chinese, Flag Admiral Ripper. I regret to inform you that I married to a tungusic Manchu. Different race.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Supply and Demand

    Ok, thanks for that.

    They all look the same to me, Hondo.

    Just like the negroes...lol

  96. @Supply and Demand
    @GeneralRipper

    that appears to be a Han Chinese, Flag Admiral Ripper. I regret to inform you that I married to a tungusic Manchu. Different race.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    Ok, thanks for that.

    They all look the same to me, Hondo.

    Just like the negroes…lol

  97. @Buck Ransom
    @RoatanBill

    Here's a video on the sleazy machinations of Bill Gates that led to his curious acquisition of Gary Kildall's operating system.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDIK-C6dGks

    Replies: @anarchyst

    Since when did Gates become an MD?
    Since when did Gates become a dietitian?
    Bill Gates is NOT the innovator and all-knowing “smartest guy in the room” by any means.
    Bill Gates’ success can be attributed to his purchase of an “operating system” from a REAL software developer and “being at the right place, at the right time”–nothing more.
    Most people are unaware that Bill Gates’ “daddy” is part of one of Seattle, Washington’s most prestigious law firms. His mother was an IBM executive and saw to it that IBM adopted his “operating system”. The Gates family is big in the eugenics and depopulation movements. Follow the money.
    All of Bill Gates’ success came from the tight restrictive “licensing agreements” that were formulated by his daddy’s prestigious Seattle Washington law firm, not from technical prowess. For the longest time, it was almost impossible to purchase a copy of DOS or Windows without also purchasing hardware. This was a good marketing strategy and helped to spread the use of his operating system among the masses. His operating systems are crap and are full of viruses, back-door exploits and NSA traps.
    You see, Bill Gates WAS born with a “silver spoon” in his mouth and as such, he has NO IDEA of the preciousness of human life. To Gates and those of his type, human life is merely a “commodity” to be created and destroyed according to the will of “elites” such as himself and his ilk.
    Bill Gates (and others of his type) are dangerous to humanity as they think that “they have all the answers” and the financial capital to back it up.
    There are still many more of us than of people like him . . . there is still time to “nip this thing in the bud”…
    Start out by weaning yourselves from Microsoft products and go to Linux…

  98. @Rosie
    @Priss Factor


    In a way, it’s much like how we train dogs. Dogs aren’t allowed pride of dog-hood, let alone wolf-instinct-hood. No, dogs must be made to believe that they exist to listen to us, serve us, and belong to us. No wonder humans bred dogs especially to feel ‘guilty’. Never mind dog-supremacism. We don’t even allow dog independence. Dogs must do as we want them.

    Joe Biden is just a big dog. Indeed, given that New America is about Jewish supremacism, the clamoring among goy candidates isn’t to be the master of America but the top dog to Master Jew.
     
    I'm a cat person, but I object to your comparison of human-dog symbiosis with the other relationship you reference here.

    Replies: @Talha, @iffen

    I’m a cat person

    Well, that explains a lot.

  99. @neutral
    I can already see politicians and mega corporations pushing for this abolition (basically advocating white genocide) in a year or two. Yet you still have people here proclaiming that mentioning things like the jews or white genocide will put off most people because it is too extreme, this is no different to how the SJWs say the great replacement is both good and evil depending who is saying it.

    Replies: @Corvinus, @Audacious Epigone

    “I can already see politicians and mega corporations pushing for this abolition (basically advocating white genocide) in a year or two.”

    LOL, no. Some radical principal’s ideas are automatically assumed to be the agenda of an entire group of people. Then, with false premise in tow, there is an argument crafted to “prove” of the existence of a calculated plan to eradicate whites. And you’re falling for this bunk hook, line, and sinker.

  100. @Dr. Doom
    The synthetic beef and bug diet is a scam about "scarcity".
    There is now no limit to how much real food is available.

    However, scarcity or the claim thereof is extremely profitable.
    Much like the glut of oil lowers prices of energy.

    The oligarchs have the deluded fantasy of having EVERYTHING.
    They need to go, AWAY. PERMANENTLY.

    The life you save will be your own.
    We're talking about a tiny and insignificant percentage that needs removing.

    Less than 3%. A pittance. Easily forgotten and insignificant to the Timeline.
    Its a question of them or US. An easy enough choice to make.

    I would rather sacrifice them than me and mine. So should you.
    Sacrifices made for the Future of Space Exploration and no more "diversity".

    An equitable and pleasing arrangement. Sacrifice the fake "elites".
    LIVE BETTER. LIVE. COME WITH ME IF YOU WANT TO LIVE.

    Replies: @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Bang on.
    Aside from false scarcity there is also a desire on their part for us not to eat meat as we are inferiors and they think they should be the only ones who can afford it.
    Literally: ‘why should a scoundrel eat beef?’

    Gates, a trans gendered Dyke, and his butch husband; the natural elite.
    Jokes.

  101. @neutral
    I can already see politicians and mega corporations pushing for this abolition (basically advocating white genocide) in a year or two. Yet you still have people here proclaiming that mentioning things like the jews or white genocide will put off most people because it is too extreme, this is no different to how the SJWs say the great replacement is both good and evil depending who is saying it.

    Replies: @Corvinus, @Audacious Epigone

    They will put off most people because “Jews” doesn’t describe what is happening and neither does “genocide”. What it does is make it easy to dismiss and dangerous to explore.

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